I was a big fan of Nokia phones, n I never has experiece of blackberry handset, I've used HTC handsets, Motorola handset but for work trust me blackberry blod 2 is the best, it's size is easy holdable, easy to operate, g8 voice system n easy for writing messages, it's Query keyboard is more handy then ay nokia handset, try it once n see the difference But how do I sign up for BIS? Its an amazing phone. I am using a nokia E72 but still I want bold Well, not for me since I love cellphones And anyway I never once said Blackberry sucks or whatever.
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BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac is landing tomorrow. Good news? It works and it's fast. And since it syncs your info and media in the same app, I think it's actually better than dealing with BlackBerry on Windows. It doesn't look or feel particularly Mac-like, but it is easy to figure out and use, since there's not a whole lot going, really. Pick what you want to sync—contacts, calendars, notes from Mail , tasks and music—it syncs it, done. Its staunchly BlackBerry utilitarianism is something you really notice within the application manager, where you install, uninstall or update apps on your BlackBerry, since it's an all-text list instead of a nice graphical representation of what's on your phone.
can't synch calender from Blackberyy due to "other synch client"
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