Online productivity software service Zoho is continuing its campaign to expand to new markets and devices.
The company said today that it would be increasing Zoho's mobile reach, adding support for BlackBerry, Symbian, Android and Windows handsets to the Zoho Mobile suite.
The new range will join the iPhone port of Zoho Mobile, which includes access to the Zoho Mail, Writer, Show, Sheet, Calendar and Creator services.
"Mobility is an important aspect for online applications like Zoho," said company evangelist Raju Vegesna. "With Zoho Mobile, we want to provide access to your data on your preferred mobile device."
The move comes just days after Zoho announced another push. The gadget service, released earlier this month, allows developers to embed Zoho in other online sites and services such as Facebook, Gmail or iGoogle.
The expansion comes as Zoho continues to fight for space in a growing market for hosted productivity suites. Other contenders include Google Apps and Microsoft's hosted Office services.
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