Mundu on android

by Rachmat Gerhantara » Sat, 24 Oct 2009 20:45:55 GMT


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iya, si mundu ini asyik banget.
tampilannya okay banget.
lagi nimbang2 pengen beli. :)

sayang ngga terintegrasi ama FB ya.
maklum ngga semua temen ol di YM atau Gtalk. :p

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