WirelessDevNet.com Press Release
New App Syncs From BlackBerry to Android
San Diego, CA - September 25, 2012 - New Android app transfers contacts and more from BlackBerry to Android with a few taps.
A new Android app means BlackBerry switchers will finally be able reclaim almost all of their BlackBerry data and move it to their new Android.
With a few taps, the new app will import and view contacts, calendars, tasks, notes, text messages, email messages and much more on a user’s Android phone.
"With so many BlackBerry users moving to Android, there is a crying need to get the data stuck on old BlackBerrys to users’ new Androids," Tim Goggin, Co-Owner Of PocketMac said. "All you need is a recent BlackBerry backup and BerryMover and you’re all set to import all your data."
BerryMover works by reading BlackBerry backup files and pulling out the crucial data that would otherwise be stuck on those files. It then gives the user the option of which data they want to import.
Goggin added, "We’ve been working with the BlackBerry since 2004 so it's only natural that we know how the BlackBerry backup files work. In fact, for many years, Research In Motion, the maker of the BlackBerry, licensed our Mac-BlackBerry sync software. This seven years of know-how gives BerryMover it's unique import capabilities."
Every copy of BerryMover comes with a complete tutorial on how to import BlackBerry data to your Android. It also includes the ability to import data from more than one BlackBerry backup file.
Goggin concluded, "BerryMover makes the switch from BlackBerry to Android painless. Now switchers can get all their stuck data back.
BerryMover is available on Google Play for just $9.99. More information can be found at: http://www.BerryMover.com
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 it’s 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.
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