Tag: PIM

RIM Shutting Down Tungle.Me Service to Focus on BlackBerry 10 Calendar and PIM Apps

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Tungle.me was an awesome service (and still sort of is) that made scheduling easy. The company, based in Montreal before its acquisition by RIM, had an excellent suite of desktop and mobile apps to help you schedule in a few easy steps. After the acquisition by RIM, there were a few product updates, including BlackBerry PlayBook support (but not the best implementation), but since then nothing has really happened. Today, Tungle announced it would be shutting its doors on December 3rd, 2012, to focus on BlackBerry 10.
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Questions Answered About BBX, PlayBook 4G and Native PIM Applications

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Not too long ago we posted some screenshots of the native PIM applications on PlayBook and there was an incredible response. Many people wanted to know more about these apps and the infrastructure behind it. We’ve compiled a list of questions and answers that should shed some more light on these PIM apps, how they integrate with RIM’s infrastructure as well as some upcoming features of PlayBook OS 2.0. There’s also some interesting notes on the PlayBook 4G release and more. Needless to say, we’re very excited for this to finally launch.
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BlackBerry PlayBook Native Email, Contacts and Calendar Screenshots and Details

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Today at the BlackBerry Innovation Forum, RIM gave a demo of the native email, contacts and calendar functionality on the BlackBerry PlayBook. We can’t yet post video of the demo but we do have screenshots of the demo and we can answer questions you may have (assuming the answers were discussed).
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PlayBook OS 2.0 Screenshots Shows Native Email, Calendar and Social Features

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A Chinese blog has leaked screenshots of the upcoming PlayBook OS 2.0. The blog claims the leak comes from one “berry person” who on Sina, claims to be a “Southern District Sales Manager”. That’s pretty brazen considering how risky it is to your job to leak. Continue reading for screenshots and details.
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1,000 Free Copies of mProductive LITE: Tasks, Calendar and Memos Together in One App [Giveaway]

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Cozi Family Calendar and Organization System Available for BlackBerry

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Cozi is a calendar and organization system designed for families. The app lets you manage your family calendar, shopping lists, and to do lists while you’re on the go. This app is great if you and your wife/spouse don’t both have BlackBerrys, but if you do, you should obviously be doing all of this in a BlackBerry Messenger Group. That’s how Power Couples roll. Features of Cozi include:

  • Manage the family schedule from wherever you are. Add an appointment and upload it to your Cozi account so the whole family can see it.
  • Get your shopping lists while you’re at the grocery store—no more coming home with everything but the one thing you needed.
  • Add a to do list item right when you think of it, and access from your phone or home computer.

Cozi’s BlackBerry App is now available for free in App World.