AT&T Will Add Android, Palm Devices, Boost Apps

AT&T Will Add Android, Palm Devices, Boost Apps

Possibly concerned that it may lose its exclusive iPhone deal, AT&T has announced plans to support both Android- and Palm-based devices, as well as plans to expand its apps offerings.

The company said that it will offer applications for all of the major mobile operating systems. It’s also improving its program for application developers and releasing a new toolkit in hopes of increasing the number of apps available.

Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO of AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, said that “some AT&T customers can take advantage of more than 100,000 apps — but only if they have the right handset.” He hopes these moves will give consumers more apps and more choices.

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