Emacberry let us know that both FileScout and Iconify have been updated with a new polished user interface, as well as some additional enhancements and bug fixes.
FileScout is a very useful file explorer application for BlackBerry that 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.
Iconify lets you create icons on your homepage for links, dialing and mail. It’s a simple app that has a lot of utility if you interact with one contact or site a lot.
Hit the jump for the full change logs:
- Dialogs that require textual user input will now all render the input fields with a border – This change should make it way more easier to identify in which area of the dialog you can specify additional values.
- Reading Webpage Titles for Iconify-WebLinks will now handle entities
- Iconify can deal with BES-ProxyServers that require authentication
- Connection issues fixed
- “Numbers to Hide” working now also with ‘Others’
- Touch Devices: Ribbon Bar will now come with balloon tooltips
- Dialogs that require textual user input (like Search, Rename, etc…) will now all render the input fields with a border – This change should make it way more easier to identify in which area of the dialog you can specify additional values (like path configuration fields)
- Image Manipulation: Resize Options have been realigned
- FileScout Options now also integrated into the default BlackBerry Options
- Default settings (for new users) have been adjusted (e.g. thumbnails will now be displayed by default)
- FileScout can deal with BES-ProxyServers that require authentication
- Rename & Create New File/Folder popup dialogs will now have a context menu to allow you to make use of select, copy & paste
- Open the BlackBerry EventLog from the FileScout options
- Ribbon Bar “Send To…” function will work with directories
- Potential problem when using [ESC] key in the overwrite warning dialog fixed