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WICKSoft Introduces Enterprise Calendar Sharing With MoreCalendars


WICKSoft is a veteran company in the world of 3rd party BlackBerry apps. The company has been around for 4 years now, and has become the leader in SharePoint and Exchange integration on the BlackBerry.

Recently, WICKSoft launched a very powerful and exciting new calendar sharing solution, WICKSoft MoreCalendars, that is going to make some big waves in both the public and private sectors.

Traditionally, the BlackBerry has focused on personal information— PIM. Yet many organizations, using Microsoft Exchange or SharePoint, often share access to things like calendars.

Let’s look at two examples, which many of us can relate to – delegate calendars, and shared calendars:

  • Delegates are when one person has access to another person’s calendar and is something built in to Outlook on the desktop. For instance, an executive assistant might have delegate access to an executive’s calendar so that they could check for availability and sometimes even schedule appointments on behalf of the executive.
  • Shared, public, and group calendars. This could be something like a tradeshow schedule, a project planning calendar, a corporate events calendar, or even just the schedule for a meeting room in the company. Shared calendars are something also supported by Outlook, usually called Public calendars, and also by SharePoint.

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Late Mate Randomizes Your Clock So You’re Never Late


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Late Mate is a funny app that aims to stop you from being late for appointments. The idea is very simple: people who are late generally like to set their clocks a few minutes fast in order to trick themselves into leaving a little bit earlier rather than later. This inevitably doesn’t work because they know their clocks are set ahead and end up leaving later anyways. Late Mate prevents you from doing this by randomizing the clock 0 to 10 minutes fast throughout the day. This way, you never know if your clock is perfectly accurate, or 10 minutes fast, meaning you’re either right on time or a little early.

Late Mate is a simple app that makes you wonder whether 10 minutes is at all important anyways. If you’re so concerned with arriving within 10 minutes of when you said you would be somewhere, than you should probably shouldn’t be playing with the settings on the clock.

What do you think of the concept behind this app?

Check out Late Mate in App World.

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Calendar Pro Provides More Functionality for BlackBerry Calendar


The native BlackBerry calendar is a decent application but it’s fairly bare-bones. Calendar Pro by SBSH seeks to improve on the native BlackBerry calendar application by introducing features such as information tabs and color coding. The app also allows you to shift between daily, weekly and monthly views more easily, allowing your schedule to be a little more rich and useful. Calendar Pro also features a dedicated tasks manager, recurring items engine, category coloring and icons and more.

Currently, Calendar Pro by SBSH is around 60% off and selling for $5.99. Be sure to check out the feature set as it goes into great detail about the tweaks that may make your calendar more effective.

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Tungle Looking for Beta Volunteers for New Blackberry App


Tungle, the slick cloud based scheduling tool has just tweeted that they are looking for beta testers.  To get in, email bb@tungle.com and include your Blackberry model and OS version.

For those of you not yet familiar with Tungle, it’s a great app that has proved indispensable to me and excels at solving the problem of cross-network scheduling of meetings.  A typical scenario is this:

  • I want to book a meeting with several people from 2 or more companies, which means I can’t see their calendars and they can’t see mine.
  • So I either decide that I’m ‘feeling lucky’, a la Google, and then send out meeting invites for a specific date and time, or I’ll start playing the ‘this date works for me…how about you?’ game.
  • Either method results in a series of wasted back and forth communications whose number is directly and exponentially tied to how many attendees will be in the meeting.
  • Eventually, through luck and determination, and lots of wasted time and effort we finally arrive at a date and time that works for all.

Tungle solves this beautifully by allowing the other attendees to either accept the meeting invite or propose different times.  It really shines when most (or all) of the attendees use Tungle as your Tungle calendar can sync with your other calendars (notably Outlook and Gmail with more to follow I’m sure) which means that you can very quickly find a specific time slot that works for everyone attending.

I’ve applied to the beta and will post a review after I get it and put it through it’s paces.

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Citysearch For BlackBerry Updated – Includes Calendar/Email Integration And Twitter Functionality



Citysearch is a leading online lifestyle guide with up to date info on businesses, from restaurants and spas, to hotels and retail. Mobile by Citysearch has been updated to include access to over 15M business listings and trusted Citysearch editorial recommendations which list more than 75,000 US neighborhoods.

The new version gives users access to over 15M business listings and trusted Citysearch editorial recommendations and lists across more than 75,000 US neighborhoods. It is one of the only applications of its kind that offers relevant information at the neighborhood level nationwide. Mobile by Citysearch is one of the only location-based applications for BlackBerry smartphones to enable users to post real-time business reviews on the go, instantly sharing their favorite restaurants, boutiques, bars, salons and more. New features added to the Mobile by Citysearch application include calendar and email integration and Twitter functionality that enables users to tweet reviews and tips to followers instantly.

For more info and to download this app visit the CitySearch for BlackBerry site.

Via Mauricio from BlackBerryRocks.com

Get friendly reminders on your BlackBerry with ZenMinder



ZenMinder is a simple reminder application with a very clean user interface. The app lets you set multiple reminders for activities, tasks and other important events in your life that you might otherwise forget.

While it is possible to set reminders in your BlackBerry calendar, it’s nice to have an application that offers a better UI as well as the ability to set a variety of sounds to the reminder alerts.

ZenMinder includes the following features:

  • Simple and elegant user interface for a remarkable user experience
  • Set reminder at a certain date and define recurrences
  • Four available Zen reminder sounds
  • Possibility to play custom sound files from your BlackBerry
  • Unlimited number of reminders
  • Notification with vibration
  • Deactivation of reminders on weekends or manually
  • 12/24 hour time format
  • Optional auto-delete of expired reminder

ZenMinder is available for a special price of $9.99 until July 31st.