The following options are available for each contact:
Category â€“ You can distinguish contacts via Category which is nice because you can then mass edit a category instead of a contact one-by-one.
Song â€“ There are 12 options to choose for the songs, 11 songs and an option for no sound.
Volume â€“ Low, medium, high.
Vibrate â€“ Yes or no.
LED â€“ Flashing LED or none.
Backlight â€“ Yes or no.
Timeout â€“ 1, 5, or 20 minutes.
As you can see there is a wide variety of options to customize and distinguished between users. For example, I can set the ring tone to Queenâ€™s Under Pressure when the boss emails, or Barneyâ€™s I Love You when the wife emails. As you can see, Notifire is a lot more powerful than Level 1 messaging. An analogy (albeit a bad one) that could be made is that Level 1 messages is black and white (important or not), and Notifire can be thought as a rainbow (many options).
So now youâ€™re all set up with your list with contacts that you have set up with notification. Now when a contact sends you an email a small dialogue box will appear where you can do a â€˜Quick Viewâ€™ or â€˜Dismissâ€™. The Quick View is nice but thereâ€™s no direct option to Reply. If you get tired of the notification you can always quickly disable all your notification, a particular category, or an individual contact. Re-enabling notification is just as simple.
The program does have ability to improve like the option to add your own ring tones instead of the default 11 songs, mass edit a category or to have the ability to import your entire contact list at once. This will make it easier for users that have a large address book. With that in mind we would still recommend Notifire, after a couple days you wonder how you lived without it. It allows you to relax and not become such a crackberry addict always checking your device every few seconds.
The program is available for $19.99 at Neon Toad, http://www.neontoad.com
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