IdentifyMe is a simple app that lets you use custom LED colors for your BlackBerry contacts. This app is going to be particularly useful for anyone who wants to put their device on silent, and be notified silently if a particular contact is trying to get in touch.
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Custom Alert App BerryBuzz Opens it’s 2.0 Beta with a slew of new features.
BerryBuzz extends your default Blackberry alert system. BerryBuzz allows you to customze the LED color for many alert type and keeps the LED flashing for longer than the default 15 minutes your BlackBerry does.
In the 2.0 beta you’ll be able to customize LED color and set repeating alerts for: Emails, SMS, Instant Messanging via instango (an Instant Messaging app by the same developer), Calendar Events, Missed Calls, PIN messages, BlackBerry Messenger, and Facebook alerts. Also there is a new disco LED sequence that is quite hot.
To join the BerryBuzz 2.0 private beta, send an e-mail with subject ‘BerryBuzz 2.0 Beta’ to customerservice (at) bellshare.com. For more info on the beta, visit Bellshare’s forum. Want BerryBuzz’s current offering? Head over to our nifty BlackBerryCool Store.
We love our BlackBerrys. We love them because they are our communicators—they connect us to the world through phone, email, SMS, IM, Facebook, and just about any other way that technology lets us get in touch with one another. But one of the great flaws of the BlackBerry OS is the way it notifies us of incoming messages. The blinking red-LED is great, but it doesn’t tell us anything about the nature of the communication. Did I get an email? An SMS? A missed call?
That’s where BerryBuzz comes in. Compatible with just about every BlackBerry you could throw at it, BerryBuzz lets you customize that LED. Want a turquoise LED for new Email, and a yellow one for missed calls? You got it. With BerryBuzz, you can tell what type of communication your BlackBerry is telling you about—just from a glance at the LED.
But enough about the product’s idea—let’s look at the details, and see if it is worth the $5.95.
Click through to read more about BerryBuzz
We spotted the BerryBUDDY a few months ago, and were impressed by the charger’s visuals alone. To be fair, that’s about all a charger has to run on, since getting your handheld juiced up and connected to your desktop is a pretty straightforward affair. The BerryBUDDY’s debut for the BlackBerry Pearl and its cousins is a bold one, being one of the few chargers packing serious class. Let’s take a quick look at the BerryBUDDY and see how he performs.