Emacberry has released the latest version of FileScout with some new remote printing and archiving features. For those who haven’t heard of FileScout, it’s a full-featured file explorer for your BlackBerry. The app allows you to browse the file system, create directories, copy, move, rename, zip, unzip and more. The app comes with a 14 day free trial so be sure to take it for a test run.
Here is what’s in version 220.127.116.11:
- When installed, print any document directly from your BlackBerry with BreezyPrint
- Archiving of emails can now also be called from an opened email
- Archiving of SMS messages (just like the email-archive function)
- New General Option: ‘Preferred Network’ – More functions of FileScout requires some online communication. Now it’s possible to select your preferred network for this online communication. Please note that FileScout has implemented an automated fallback behavior. So if your selection is (currently) not available FileScout will try to make use of a different network type.