I admit, I like cool apps. This one is interesting and is from friends at PhoneFusion. They recently debuted it at UnderTheRadar this month, but I was busy checking out client iotum's Alec Saunders introducing another cool app, Calliflower for the iPhone.
What's good about this? For starters, it's the only visual voicemail application available to Android smartphone users. Beyond that it gives you the kind of "me too" experience one gets with the Apple iPhone on the Android, but offers much more. I've used the app on the Blackberry and like it but I've yet to install it on the Android G1 simply due to lack of free time to play with new apps last week since it went into live beta. But I'm not worried. The Berry app works as promised so I'm expecting the Android app to perform as promised and even better.
A big plus is the aggregation feature of PhoneFusion's Fusion Voicemail Plus service. It offers users the ability to consolidate their voicemail from home, work and mobile in one service and view it on the screen of their Android-powered mobile device. The service also allows users to listen to their voicemails directly from the Android G1. As a bonus, PhoneFusion's app displays Caller ID Name on each voicemail, even if the information isn't already saved in the users' phonebooks.
You can read a dissenting, and differing viewpoint here.