Tag: pocketmac

BerryMover Migrates Your Data from BlackBerry to iPhone


PocketMac, the company known for its desktop syncing utility for Mac, has launched an app to help BlackBerry users migrate to iPhone. This new app gives BlackBerry switchers the power to move over their contacts, calendars, tasks, notes, text messages and emails.
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PocketMac BlackBerry and Mac OS X Sync Updated


PocketMac have released the latest version of their software for syncing your BlackBerry with Mac OS X. The latest release has some performance enhancements as well as some new sync features. This latest version also supports the newest BlackBerry OS 5 devices and support for MAC OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.

With PocketMac, you can now sync with:

  • Apple Address Book
  • iCal
  • Daylite
  • Entourage 2008
  • LotusNotes
  • iTunes
  • iPhoto
  • Stickies

For more information, head over to their site. We’ll get a review on BlackBerryCool soon so you can see what to expect before spending $19.97. There is also a free trial.

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RIM Launches BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac



RIM has released a version of it’s BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac. RIM has relied on acquired third party syncing software for a few years now, with some features simply not present and others obviously not as well-crafted as the native PC BlackBerry Desktop Software. I had been running XP (albeit very slowly) through emulation on the Mac OS just to deliver all the features of the PC utility so this comes as very welcome news.
Here are some of the features:

  • Sync iTunes® playlists
  • Sync personal info like contacts
  • Sync tasks and appointments
  • Install new software, games, and more
  • Keep your BlackBerry software up to date
  • Create partial or full system backups

Download BlackBerry Desktop Software for mac


Recover your stolen device with BlackBerry ER



The makers of PocketMac have launched a new app for BlackBerry called BlackBerry ER. Their latest app is aimed at users who have lost their BlackBerry and are looking to get it back.

The app helps you identify the thief who stole your BlackBerry and gives you their location. Besides offering GPS coordinates of the thief’s location, BlackBerry ER will also also text users with the details of the thief’s identity, including phone number, IMSI number and more.

BlackBerry ER is available now for $14.97.


Mac and BlackBerry solutions guide


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When the names Blackberry and Mac get mushed into one sentence, you can expect someone to shudder. Mac and BlackBerry are just not meant for each other and finding the right Mac solution is a Holy Grail for BlackBerry users. You’ll find yourself wondering why your contact pictures haven’t transferred properly or why the Blackberry calendar shows duplicates of your appointments. In the end, we’re stuck fiddling with the problem and before we know it, it’s time for bed.

So I’ve decided to give a helping hand to my fellow Mac users here on Blackberry Cool, who, without a doubt, find themselves searching frantically on forums for help. As an avid BlackBerry and Mac user, I will be publishing a regular column to help Mac users better interact with their BlackBerry. For my first article, I’ve compiled a quick list of all the possible solutions to have your Blackberry interacting with your Mac.
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PocketMac update supports Entourage and iTunes


AppleMac users rejoice! Entourage 2008, designed to emulate much of Microsoft Office, can now support syncing for BlackBerrys released as of May through PocketMac. Devices running OS 4.5 reportedly work like a charm for getting contacts, tasks, and calendar items off your Mac and onto your BlackBerry via Entourage. iTunes support is also in there, although it’s kind of funny that PC users got the iTunes Media Sync first. This is pretty awesome for Mac users everywhere, considering the complete lack of love they tend to get from RIM. Hopefully this will keep enough of them from going with the iPhone instead… Hey, you can always make your BlackBerry look like an iPhone with themes like iBerry in Today, Icon and Zen styles. Head on over to the PocketMac site to download version 4.1.25.

(via TUAW)