Comcast today announced the launch of a Comcast mobile application, downloadable for free on Apple’s App Store for the iPhone or iPod touch. The Comcast app will give customers access to all of their services from Comcast, including a unified inbox with e-mail; visual voice mail; address book synch; real-time TV listings; and trailers of movies available through Comcast On Demand.

The Comcast mobile app combines some of the best features from Comcast Digital Voice, Video and High-Speed Internet. Existing customers who have a User ID can download the free app to have live access to their Comcast inbox and address books, in addition to the full functionality of the SmartZone Communications Center.

Among other features, the first release of the Comcast mobile app includes the ability to check and manage Comcast e-mail and listen to and manage home voice mail. The full experience of the Comcast mobile app is available as an added benefit to Comcast Triple Play and existing SmartZone customers with an iPhone or iPod touch.

Apple announced last week that its Apple Apps store had surpassed 1.5 billion downloads. (For more, click here).

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