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RIM Outage-Exasperated BlackBerry Users Now Can Switch To iPhone Easily with New App(October 14, 2011)
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 14, 2011
With the RIM outage alienating their millions of users, a new app aims to relieve BlackBerry users frustration by making it easy for them to switch to iPhone.
BerryMover is the first app to move BlackBerry data onto an iPhone. This makes it easier for people to give up their BlackBerry. And it looks like many BlackBerry customers have had enough.
"BlackBerry users are upset," Tim Goggin, Co-Owner Of PocketMac said. "A lot of them want to move. And while it might have seemed daunting to switch from BlackBerry for iPhone but it isnt any more."
BerryMover works by reading backup files. It then gives the user the option of choosing which data they want to import.
Goggin added, "Our 7 years working with the BlackBerry gives us the know-how to import this data and work with backup files. In fact, for many years, Research In Motion licensed our Mac-BlackBerry sync software."
Every copy of BerryMover comes with a complete video tutorial on how to import BlackBerry data to your iPhone. The app also includes the ability to import data from more than one backup file. This means that you can pull data from several backup files.
Goggin continued, "Our customers ask us every day how they can get data from their old device to their new iPhone. Its holding them back and costing them money. Its not uncommon for them to have a ton of data they need moved and thats what BerryMover does."
BerryMover will import all of the following data:
(*) Text Messages
(*) Email Messages
Goggin concluded, "BerryMover makes the switch from BlackBerry to iPhone painless. Now switchers can transfer all their data over."
BerryMover is available now on the iTunes App Store for just $9.99. More information on BerryMover can be found at:
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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