— FT mobile The Financial Times plans to introduce a paywall to its mobile site to match the part-free FT.com. The company is also wants to launch a Blackberry news app to accompany its iPhone app, which is to be re-launched to make subscription easier. Via NMA.
— Reuters: Building on its free News Pro iPhone app, Reuters (NYSE: TRI) is now planning to launch a “range of consumer products” on the iPhone including apps. Also via NMA.
— Viz app: Dennis Publishing has launched its first iPhone app: Roger’s Profanisaurus , a spin-off from Viz magazine’s naughty word compendium.
— Mousebreaker: The IPC Media-owned casual games-maker is has signed a deal with Cobra Mobile to bring its desktop games to the iPhone. The first title to be launched as an app is Blast Billiards which will launch this year.
— Trinity Mirror (LSE: TNI) O2: Trinity has sealed a deal to put its 13 mobile sites on O2’s mobile network. The company is also in talks to launch on Tesco’s mobile network.