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Mac BlackBerry Sync Software Halts Frustration For Beleaguered RIM Customers With New Updates(November 08, 2011)
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 08, 2011
BlackBerry Mac syncing frustrates many RIM customers, but one software company, PocketMac, offers quick relief.
"There are plenty of Mac-based BlackBerry customers who love their BlackBerry but are seriously let down by the events of late," Tim Goggin, co-owner of PocketMac said. "The RIM outage in which customers were unable to fully use their BlackBerry for days was the straw that broke the camels back for a lot of people."
Goggins solution to keep customers in the BlackBerry fold is PocketMac for BlackBerry. This alternative sync solution, invented in 2004, aims to make sure BlackBerry users who also use a Mac can have their data properly synced. Most PocketMac for BlackBerry customers are users who migrated from RIMs Desktop Manager software.
Goggin added, "Some Mac BlackBerry customers arent happy with Desktop Manager. Depending on which smartphone forum you read, theyre not thrilled with the syncing capabilities or the time theyve spent with tech support to make it work. Thats where PocketMac for BlackBerry comes in."
PocketMac for BlackBerry was created by Goggin and his brother and ushered in the world of BlackBerrys and Macs talking to each other for the first time. And for 3 years starting in 2006, RIM licensed the software to give away to its customers.
Goggin continued, "Our 7 years working with the BlackBerry gives us the know-how to make syncing work on both the BlackBerry and Mac BlackBerry side seemlessly."
PocketMacs fans range from the former Moroccan ambassador to the US to ordinary businesspeople who want something dependable and reliable to safeguard their data.
Chris Cary, a PocketMac customer, wrote, "you are every blackberry users salvation if they want to switch to Mac computers."
Will Meek, another PocketMac customer said, "I just wanted to say thank you very much for developing and offering PocketMac for BlackBerry. It is an awesome app!
PocketMac for BlackBerry syncs the following to the BlackBerry:
(*) Entourage 2008
(*) Outlook 2011
(*) Address Book
(*) And much more...
PocketMac for BlackBerry is available now for just $29.97. More information on PocketMac for BlackBerry can be found here...
Video of customers whove made the switch from Desktop Manager to PocketMac can be found here...
About Information Appliance Associates
Information Appliance Associates (IAA) is a world leader in creating unique software solutions, primarily for the Macintosh platform. Their first product, PocketMac Pro, the original Mac-to-Pocket PC sync solution accomplished what at the time was thought impossible--connecting a Mac to a Pocket PC. IAA then launched its landmark PocketMac for BlackBerry product, giving Mac users the ability to sync their BlackBerry to their Mac for the first time. A little while after that release, that product was licensed by Research In Motion, the makers of the BlackBerry. IAA also has an extensive product line of other synching products and continues to develop for the mobile market.
All IAA brands and products are trademarks or registered trademarks of Information Appliance Associates. Macintosh and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. BlackBerry is a trademark of Research In Motion. BerryMover is a trademark of IAA.
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