In addition to discussing the latest happenings across mobile platforms, we also discuss one of the big changes coming to our Mobile Nations sites. We'll soon be rolling out Mobile Nations Passport, our long-awaited unified account management system. This is the feature request we hear most often from our members across CrackBerry, Android Central, iMore, Windows Phone Central and webOS Nation, and it's launching soon. To give us the overview and get into some of the details, we have a very special guest on the show, Marcus Adolfsson. It's a Mobile Nations podcast you won't want to miss!
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- Kevin Michaluk (@crackberrykevin) of CrackBerry.com
- Daniel Rubino (@Daniel_Rubino) of WPCentral
- Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) of iMore
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