Politics on Your Phone

The presidential elections in U.S. is prompting some good mobile content related launches:
Sorrent has released a Bush vs Kerry boxing match mobile game…
Jabbertones has launched a library of political ringtones available for the 2004 Presidential election…dubbed “Vote Tones”, it has a library of 50 humor-based ringtones
Masabi, a London based firm developing mobile marketing java applications for mobile phones, has launched Pick the Prez, a free java game which allows players to bash the candidate of their choice and then cast their vote in an online poll. The game can then be shared with friends via SMS from the handsets or e-mails…
— SmartServ Online has launched its own presidential poll at the Uphonia.com mobile content superstore. Screensavers etc…
Phonebites.com has released a mobile app which offers selected Bush malaprop-bites to insert into your telephone conversations …RAZZ is a downloadable application for cellphones that let’s you insert sound clips into phone conversations on the fly…and of course, it is offering Bushism sound clips…
— A New Jersey technology executive has created a location-based tool that might one day help political activists win elections…Known as Red | Blue (pronounced “Red or Blue”), Jason Uechi’s free application allows owners of certain mobile phones to point in any direction and see how much money Republican and Democratic donors there have given to their parties’ candidates for president.
If you know of others, let me know…in the comments…

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