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  • Research In Motion continues to update their systems and offer new features to users that have been relatively feature starved until recently when they have started to rapidly expand the overall number of features that they are able to offer. Now, the company has released a new app that is already available for download in their app marketplace that is able to integrate with your calendar that is already present in your BlackBerry devices such as Bold 9780, Torch 9800 unlocked, etc. They will allow you to easily schedule and also join an already present conference call. You can see how this would be useful to users - especially their hordes of users that use their device for business purposes.


     


    The app will likely find a good following with business users that have already been driven to the BlackBerry platform for their business needs. It will certainly be interesting to see how quickly the app rises to prominence among users. The app is great at easily scheduling and creating conference calls. They will allow provide you with a reminder notification that will pop up when you reach a scheduled conference time that you have previously scheduled.



    Also, if you lose your connection to the audio conference, you will be able to rejoin with the single click of a button, which is a huge feature of the app. It will be interesting to see how quickly business users gravitate toward the scheduling features that have been provided in the app, but you can bet that some users will gravitate toward it if nothing else than for the great scheduling features and notifications that have been made available to users when they are scheduling their conference calls. This app effectively allows you to set and show up for meetings, reminding you of when you need to be in your conference call.




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  • A new application program called Huddle came into existence that helps the Blackberry Unlocked handset users to extend their space or area of work. It is actually targeted towards SMBs possessing a particular workflow which they wish to manage. Especially workers who need to move around a lot use this. This application of hurdle actually includes a natural flux of routine tasks, brainstorming and easy access to data and files. A web oriented dashboard is the actual place where the magic occurs. This application is very flexible and user friendly in nature. Hurdle it seems is going to be quite efficient and promising in an enterprise. The free version of Hurdle that is available for Blackberry offers a number of facilities. But this free version prevents one from participating in discussions, marking the status of a particular task and file uploading. One needs to install $5.99 premium version for all these functions. Apart from this one also needs to sign up for the subscription service whose price ranges from $8 to $200 and more each month depending on the various scale and various facilities provided.

    Huddle is specifically devised application for Blackberry cell phone itself. It is fast and efficient assisting a person to carry out various tasks at a time. This application apart from providing streamlined collaboration also helps users to receive work alerts along with the updates made in the work field. One can also go through the contact details of the team with which he is working. This application is capable of marking tasks as complete and half done or incomplete. One can also create a discussion and take part in it simultaneously.  The Hurdle devised for the Blackberry users provides the facilities of Microsoft word, PowerPoint presentation,  downloading PDF files and also Microsoft excel all at one go. Hence Hurdle is an application that is effectively devised for managing tasks in an office.




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  • ChangeWave recently conducted a study of nearly 4,000 US mobile users regarding their habits which has shown numerous trends in America. The biggest winner of the survey? Smartphones as nearly 16% of all those interviewed stated that they were soon going to pick up a smartphone within the next few days. Another very important point that has to be taken into consideration is the fact that Apple as well as HTC seem to be the leaders when it comes to the smartphone trend in America. According to the report, within just 3 months, both Apple as well as HTC managed to increase sales of their phone by around 50%.


    Says a spokesperson of ChangeWave, “In one of the biggest conducted surveys in America, 4,028 consumers were asked for their opinions regarding the mobiles the currently use or which they would be likely to use in future and Apple and HTC, both, emerged as clear favorites. From March 2010 till June 2010, there was nearly a 50% increase in sales of both companies. While Apple and HTC both saw profits, Motorola and Rim noticed a decline in sales in the same period. This proves to be good news for the BlackBerry 6 ad the Unlocked Motorola Milestone Droid ( X ). however we cannot say the same for Palm Pre Unlocked handset  as according to our survey, they failed to register a single percentage point.”


    Recently, Apple has been creating waves due to the wonderful unlocked iPhone 4 that was recently released. However, this phone has flopped as it has been discovered that if the phone is held in a certain angle, no network can be picked up. This has resulted in Apple having to recall some of the mobile phones that were issued. This has resulted in favor of the Droid as now it has less competition as compared to before. In spite of Apple having to recall some of its mobile phones, they have still been able to beat out other phones in the survey.



    This post was posted in Apple, Blackberry, General and was tagged with unlocked Iphones, unlocked cell phones, Iphone 4, BlackBerry phones

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