Tellme updated for Pearl and Curve

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Microsoft’s TellMe launched last April to meet Yahoo!’s OneSearch head-on for supremacy in voice-activated search. Today TellMe has expanded their device support to beyond the BlackBerry 8800, and now works on the full BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Pearl range (well, maybe not all BlackBerry Pearls, and the 8300 isn’t supported), so now more folks can enjoy the business search, traffic, driving directions, maps, weather and movies TellMe is offering. Want to give it a shot? Grab TellMe for free at m.tellme.com from your BlackBerry’s browser.

  • netposer

    What a hunk of garbage this is. No matter what I say I get “connection lost” then it crashes the entire OS. So far my Curve has restarted 3 times because of this.

  • netposer

    What a hunk of garbage this is. No matter what I say I get “connection lost” then it crashes the entire OS. So far my Curve has restarted 3 times because of this.

  • http://www.joshlloyd.com/ Josh Lloyd

    I have an 8800 from T-Mo, and the site says that phone isn’t supported, yet the AT&T version is? But the T-Mo 8820 IS supported. This seemed odd to me, so I installed it anyway. It works great! Only problem I’ve found is that if I hit Menu>close, it resets the phone like a battery pull. So I just don’t do that. I love this program.

  • http://www.joshlloyd.com Josh Lloyd

    I have an 8800 from T-Mo, and the site says that phone isn’t supported, yet the AT&T version is? But the T-Mo 8820 IS supported. This seemed odd to me, so I installed it anyway. It works great! Only problem I’ve found is that if I hit Menu>close, it resets the phone like a battery pull. So I just don’t do that. I love this program.

  • ManOfDestiny

    Same experience. Rebooted my Curve after pressing on map of a movie theater. The only good thing about this app is the opening splash screen! Isn’t Microsoft and Blackberry together like oil and water anyway?

    It runs so slow it’s like being back on a 386 computer running Windows 3.0.

  • ManOfDestiny

    Same experience. Rebooted my Curve after pressing on map of a movie theater. The only good thing about this app is the opening splash screen! Isn’t Microsoft and Blackberry together like oil and water anyway?

    It runs so slow it’s like being back on a 386 computer running Windows 3.0.

  • northstahr

    Installed it on my AT&T 8820. No crashes but it won’t connect to the GPS on the device. Not sure why it won’t but it would be nice if it did.

  • northstahr

    Installed it on my AT&T 8820. No crashes but it won’t connect to the GPS on the device. Not sure why it won’t but it would be nice if it did.

  • freya

    same thing happend to me when i installed it to my 8310 so I just deleted it.

  • freya

    same thing happend to me when i installed it to my 8310 so I just deleted it.

  • juicy

    I have an 8130 (pearl) with verizon, and when i push the talk button as it says i get the error “TALK key not available”. boo :-(

  • juicy

    I have an 8130 (pearl) with verizon, and when i push the talk button as it says i get the error “TALK key not available”. boo :-(

  • http://www.trottermultimedia.com/ Maceo

    It wont support the new Blackberry 9630 (Tour). I have one.

  • http://www.trottermultimedia.com Maceo

    It wont support the new Blackberry 9630 (Tour). I have one.