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New Customized reQall Beta, Free Productivity App for BlackBerry!
Today, reQall(http://www.reQall.com) released a beta version of its first memory aid made specifically for BlackBerry users. reQall for BlackBerry will help BlackBerry users stay organized on the go by allowing them to create, edit and share reminders -- right from their BlackBerry. Based on pioneering research into memory prostheses from MIT's Media Lab, reQall enables users to simply say or text what they want to remember straight to their BlackBerry.
Using the browser on your BlackBerry, go to http://www.reqall.com/blackberry and download the reQall for BlackBerry application. This is currently a beta version.
reQall converts voice messages into text, sorts the messages into To-Dos, Notes and Shopping List items, and delivers reminders to the user at the right moment. The service solves the common problem of "how do I capture all of those great thoughts I have while I'm not sitting at my desk?"
"This launch shows our commitment to continually extending the reach of our award-winning service to help as many people as possible improve their memories," says Rao Machiraju, CEO of reQall. "Being an avid BlackBerry user myself, I am always connected and constantly juggling multiple tasks. With reQall, I have my own 'back-up brain' so I never forget."
reQall is smart enough to recognize certain spoken or typed keywords such as "buy," "note" and "meet" to help it organize items into their proper place. It also recognizes dates and times, which allows it to create and send reminders at the appropriate time. reQall users can share reminders with their colleagues, friends or family members by entering messages like "ask Jen to send the proposal." Jen will immediately receive a reminder by text, email or instant message. reQall for BlackBerry also integrates with several BlackBerry functions, offering a one-click "reQall This" option that creates reQall Notes and To-Dos from inside the email, calendar, memo pad and task list functions on the BlackBerry smartphone.
"People all over the world are using reQall as an indispensable memory aid. reQall for BlackBerry will make this essential tool available to one of the most digitally active and hyper-connected audiences," said Gabriel Yu, founder and chairman of iTVentures Group, and reQall investor and advisor. "Remembering things with reQall for BlackBerry doesn't get any easier."
The new reQall for BlackBerry service is a collaborative effort by reQall's global teams based in Hong Kong, India and the U.S. This release is a true milestone in establishing reQall's unified global approach to creating the best memory solutions for users around the world. reQall's Hong Kong team played a pivotal role in the development of reQall for BlackBerry and worked closely with managerial and design input from the U.S. and India teams respectively. All global teams consist of internal reQall employees who strive to produce world-class solutions to transform the way people remember.
reQall for BlackBerry is available now and is free during the initial beta phase. The application can be used around the globe (currently supporting English only). reQall is currently in talks with major mobile operators and manufacturers to provide versions for non-English speaking markets. For more information or to sign up, please visit http://www.reQall.com.
this seems cool, I think I'll try it.
reQall works great! I've found a new 'daily' app.
I am downloading as we speak! I am willing to try anything that might make my day any easier!
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looks pretty cool, just downloaded and will give it a try
Thanks, Hayden this looks real coool!
Dont sweat the small stuff, hell dont sweat anything!
Integrates with GCal too.
Sounds like a really useful app. Any word on pricing after full release?
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Downloaded it, had to alter the settings to make it connect which only took a moment but it worked fine and I like the look of it!
What's the memory hit for this app?
I' m gonna give it a try downloading it right now..from the pictures it seems pretty cool and the interface looks nice hope the apps good..i tried a few others like this but weren't really as smooth as they should be....
RoGro the size of the file is 492.9kb .. let hope there isnt a battery problem now.
Thanks for the info, Ash!
Yes, I also had to change connection setting to BIS.
~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
I tried that Got2GO Task Manager and it doesn't even allow me to add the tasks. I Can't wait to try this one out. My mind gets so bumbundled and this app sounds great! Accidently deleted Google Maps when trying to delete Got2GO Task Manager... oops!
It's not an iPhone addiction, it's insomnia!
I keep getting a message when trying to register -
Connection failed due to HTTP error: Tunnel failed. If you are getting this messaging consistently, please change you connection type in settings.
What am I supposed to change the settings to? I don't know what to choose. And before you ask, my APN Setting is wap.cingular
It's not an iPhone addiction, it's insomnia!
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