Certificate SN: BQC2010000056
Due to quality, innovation and excellence, this product has received BQC (Berryfication Quality Certificate). BQC means that the product is high quality and complies with all standards and meets the criteria for assessment in all groups (structure and navigation, visual design, functionality and overall experience).
Details of the product, the developer and the evaluation are available below.
BQC Rating: 9.8/10
Certified product: Show Me The Images
Every once and a while a product comes along and makes you think, “How come RIM didn’t implement this into the operating system, or any of the many OS updates they’ve released?” Sometimes users don’t realize how often they have to take extra steps to get a process finished until they’re given an easier option.
This application is simple, therefor navigation consists only at the moment an email arrives from an unknown user or when the user changes settings, toggles features within the settings menu. In BBerryGo’s “Show Me the Images” app or SMTI the main constant movement will be at the moment your opening a new email, you find at the top of your screen is a button [add-users email-to SMTI safe list]. Click this button and move on. Placement immediately beneath the email title/date is genius. Eyes gravitate here. It takes a split second to make a decision. This will be easier once a name is saved into the back-up.
Visually SMTI is not an application that’s built to show off a splendid GUI they built. But more of a settings feature added to speed and process in which images are shown inside your mailbox.
The function of BerryGo’s most recognized product ‘SMTI’ is where the experience takes you right where your sender had intended it. Finding a visually stunning image just a moment from dazzling your eyes makes the value of your smartphone really feel the worth.
Overall having an application like this installed will remind users what it’s like to enjoy a true smartphone experience every time an email containing images arrives. Adding a feature to place users into a safe list keeps certain threats of spam or unwanted pictures out of your Mailbox. Set-up is simple and it’s not a product for only the seasoned user either. Show Me The Images does just that. The 2 judges who were just introduced to this product fought to share their enthusiasm with us. It was beautiful.