BlackBerry Desktop Manager 6.0 Screenshot Leaked

Comments

A screenshot of BlackBerry Desktop Manager 6.0 has been leaked and the UI looks great. It reminds me of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac, with a simple menu structure and device information readily available. There is a podcast feature available on the left column, which will hopefully be useful for managing podcasts. Version 6.0 of Desktop Manager is rumored to launch with OS 6.0.

Speaking of BlackBerry Desktop Manager, version 5.0.1.37 is now available for download.

  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    That was the first comment I made when I saw the MAC desktop manager, I was thinking PC users have been religiously using RIMs Desktop Manager and along comes MAC and with the first version looks 10x better then we have been using for the last 5 versions. It will be nice to see some change to Desktop Manager for the PC people.

  • jj

    With more and more people using netbooks these days, is there anything being done by Blackberry to address the issue that the pixel requirement by the Desktop Manager is more than most netbooks offer?

  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    Good question. I was at a clients place the other day and they were having issues using Acrobat Reader. They just told it wouldn’t let them progress. When I got their I realized the new netbook would not display the full EULA screen on the first launch and the accept button at the bottom could not be seen because the resolution was too low. So yeah I would like to know what all software manufactures are going to do about this not just RIM.

  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    That was the first comment I made when I saw the MAC desktop manager, I was thinking PC users have been religiously using RIMs Desktop Manager and along comes MAC and with the first version looks 10x better then we have been using for the last 5 versions. It will be nice to see some change to Desktop Manager for the PC people.

  • jj

    With more and more people using netbooks these days, is there anything being done by Blackberry to address the issue that the pixel requirement by the Desktop Manager is more than most netbooks offer?

  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    Good question. I was at a clients place the other day and they were having issues using Acrobat Reader. They just told it wouldn’t let them progress. When I got their I realized the new netbook would not display the full EULA screen on the first launch and the accept button at the bottom could not be seen because the resolution was too low. So yeah I would like to know what all software manufactures are going to do about this not just RIM.