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BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Client for iOS and Android Now Available!

Mobile Fusion iOS Mobile Fusion Android2

We told you that RIM has launched the Universal Device Service portion of Mobile Fusion to manage iOS and Android devices. Since then I have been looking for the required Mobile Fusion Client apps for iOS and Android in their respective app stores and I finally found them. The clients are both free in Apple iTunes and Google Play (aka Android Market).

Mobile Fusion iOS2 Mobile Fusion Android 

Here are the links:

The both have the same description stating that:

This solution from Research In Motion® lets you use your mobile device at work to help keep you connected with the information you need to keep business moving ahead. Once activated, administrators can deliver configurations, policies, Wi-Fi® and VPN settings to your device to help keep work information like email, calendar and contact information synchronized and secure. They can also provide you with access to your organization’s optional mobile apps that you can download and install on your device.

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  1. it would be nice if I could push an activation through email or tethered to a computer. I dont typically have an iTunes account set up when I get a phone for employees

    • That would be cool but Apple put a restriction where all Apps must be installed via the App Store.

      Anyone with a iOS device needs a Apple ID in order to use the device.

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