Aerize Alerts v.1.1.1 Reviewed!

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Aerize for BlackBerry

While incoming calls from contacts in your address book already alert you by showing the caller’s photo and number, your BlackBerry sadly does not support the same service for email or text messaging. Unless you have Aerize Alerts v.1.1.1 or PeeKaWho – an awesome product we just reviewed.

Now, on to Aerize! The short and skinny of it is, Aerize Alerts 1.1.1 allows BlackBerry users to receive pop-up notifications on your home screen for email and SMS text messages, in a similar way that you would when a contact saved in your address book calls you. Aerize alerts is responsive, easy to use, easy to set up, and easy on the eyes.

Aerize v.1.1.1 Review Quick Links

KEY DETAILS
INSTALLATION AND SETUP
KEY FEATURES
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KEY DETAILS

OS Support: BlackBerry OS 4.2.1 and above
Price: $10
Company: Aerize
Where to buy: The BlackBerry Cool store!
Official user guide: Here

INSTALLATION AND SETUP

Installing Aerize is pretty painless, and there is very little initial configuration required. First, you simply download the software from our online store.

Then, the package self-unloads, and asks for permissions to access your SMS inbox (necessary for the software to work!).

After a reboot, the envelope icon shows up in the main menu.

  • LouTreize

    Nice review. I’d rather have PeeKaWho though, it looks a lot more complete than Aerize.

  • LouTreize

    Nice review. I’d rather have PeeKaWho though, it looks a lot more complete than Aerize.

  • pete

    Aerize is nice as it compliments the oem bb syle. The peekawho is visually appealing as well, however, both apps have FAILED
    By not incorporating a “missed call” on their apps. I hope they can do this soon!

  • pete

    Aerize is nice as it compliments the oem bb syle. The peekawho is visually appealing as well, however, both apps have FAILED
    By not incorporating a “missed call” on their apps. I hope they can do this soon!