Today the arrival of the iPhone will leave time for little else.
Here’s a smattering of companies already exploiting the iPhone’s launch for a little publicity of their own:
Zoho offers iPhone version — The Pleasanton, Calif. online web application company is offering its Zoho office applications for the iPhone, called the iZoho. This allows users to view documents (and edit docs), spreadsheets and presentations. Zoho says it has simplified its interface especially for the iPhone.
Visto Mobile announces support for iPhone — Corporate email can be accessed through an IMAP connection to the iPhone’s built-in email application (announcement here).
Etelos has customer relations management (CRM) for the phone — See here, and here.
Updated to correct for an error in the New York Times piece:
EMI Music and Snocap announce MyStore partnership — Snocap will sell the label’s music through its MyStores, online stores that people can add to blogs or Internet sites. This time, it will play music from a major label that is compatible with the iPod. So far, Snocap has only sold independent label music in the MP3 format (NYT has details.)
More here from Read/WriteWeb on the iPhone development frenzy.
Update: Cellswapper lets you exchange your phone contract, letting you get out of your current plan by finding someone else who will take it over — so that you can afford the rather expensive iPhone, and not pay a termination fee. (Our coverage here.)
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