Xobni for BlackBerry – CES 2010

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Xobni (inbox backwards) is getting closer to having their application prepared for BlackBerry goodness. If you’re unfamiliar, Xobni is currently an add-on for Outlook that makes searching a snap. It indexes your emails, then allows you to search them all with keywords, names or just about anything else you can throw at it. From there, it sorts out contact information with their social network information, files that you’ve exchanged and it makes it easy to email those folks that you’ve previously corresponded with but weren’t important enough to make your contact list. Okay, so you got lazy and you forgot. Nonetheless, the goodness that is Xobni in Outlook is coming to BlackBerry. Check out the video above and get more information on the upcoming release.

  • http://www.dahvo.com/ Mark Vonk

    Too bad the screen is masked! Would be an interesting app, the Outlook version is very nice, but it does consume some resources. Wonder how that would affect the BlackBerry.

  • http://www.dahvo.com Mark Vonk

    Too bad the screen is masked! Would be an interesting app, the Outlook version is very nice, but it does consume some resources. Wonder how that would affect the BlackBerry.

  • Joe

    Agreed, a video of a product is USELESS if you block out the product so nobody can see it.

  • Joe

    Agreed, a video of a product is USELESS if you block out the product so nobody can see it.

  • http://www.salesby5.com/ Nan Palmero

    Gents, I completely agree. At the same time it was running solidly and was quite impressive. Unfortunately, it was showing live email addresses. I’ll be sure to provide them feedback to let them know that they should run this on a demo unit with fake email addresses so viewers can experience the app. Thank you for the feedback.

  • http://www.salesby5.com Nan Palmero

    Gents, I completely agree. At the same time it was running solidly and was quite impressive. Unfortunately, it was showing live email addresses. I’ll be sure to provide them feedback to let them know that they should run this on a demo unit with fake email addresses so viewers can experience the app. Thank you for the feedback.