Mobile software and services company Handmark is now officially on the iPad team. It announced today that it will make its existing infrastructure tailored to the Apple device and it will create first-party iPad apps.
Handmark's presence is possibly best-known on Blackberry devices, for which it powers the standard storefront for apps. But it also offers apps and services for pretty much every mobile medium (Android, iPhone, Palm, Java, etc).
The company powers mobile subscriptions to Zagat, New York Daily News, Forbes, and others. All of those will be compatible with the iPad as well.
"We look forward to supporting quality, innovative mobile experiences for iPad customers, leveraging our development expertise and relationships with major newspapers, magazines and other content providers," said Handmark in a statement.
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