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BlackBerry unite demo: Share photos, docs, calendar, etc.
BlackBerry Unite! software will soon help you stay in touch with the people who matter. Whether you have a small business and need to coordinate busy schedules, or you’re looking for a way to bring your family even closer – BlackBerry Unite! software is the ideal way to bring you together.
It’s free software that lets you access shared pictures, calendars, documents and more on BlackBerry. It can be downloaded and installed in minutes on a regular desktop computer.
I've signed up for the dyslexic version.
Thanks Hayden, I will definitely be checking this out.
Just read the rest and watched the Demo and got extremely excited.....
Only to find out it's not even released yet
Last edited by vortec7; 03-12-2008 at 05:46 PM.
I wonder can I run this software and BES at the same time. Like everything stays sync for both my phone , work and home computer.....
BB8900 is mine!
1.Dual calendars are supported for BlackBerry smartphones connected to BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Unite! software. BlackBerry Device Software v4.3 is required
BB8900 is mine!
So my senario is this: I have an 8830 through Sprint on BES and my girlfriend has a Curve through AT&T on BIS, will this work for us??
This has been in the works since December..I think...and it's only been available for Telefonica users so far...and it hasn't made an appearance online or anything, I'm patiently waiting to see it available for download..but like I said, it hasn't even shown up anywheres as being available..i'd love to hear from ANYONE who has actually used it.
It looks nice, but when?
I saw this when I first got my (first) BlackBerry last fall and thought it looked great. But so far it seems that as far as North America is concerned, it is essentially vapourware.
If someone has an idea when it will cease being vaporous and be available for download in NA it would be appreciated.
BTW, I did sign up for their newsletter to both my BlackBerry email and isp email, but did not receive so much as a 'Thank you for your interest' form letter; does that sign-up link on their website actually do anything?
I would assume so, look at tdawg's post above yours.
Originally Posted by cwaturner
it's always greener with the other carrier...
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