Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third PartySpeaking of Android, you G1 fans may recall that the phone launched with zero-point-zero Exchange functionality, pissing off more than one business person (at least two or three). The Android masters said that the platform would happily support third-party Exchange integration, and lo, here it comes. This week, NitroDesk rolled out TouchDown, "the world's first on-the-phone solution for accessing your Exchange Server email, contacts and calendar on Android-powered handsets." You may recall that a month ago, I told you about a free third-party contact syncing app for Android. TouchDown, which costs $30, is a little more involved: • It works with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP1 and "most" online Exchange hosts. • You can compose, send, reply, reply-all, forward and delete emails. • You can add, delete or edit contacts from the phone, updated two-way to your Exchange account. • It doesn't require an app running on your computer to serve the stuff to the phone. Here are some screens:

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

We're probably not going to test the app straight away, but if you happen to give it a run, please comment here for the benefit of others. [Press Release; TouchDown Product Page]