Here’s a rare treat that doesn’t come along every day for BlackBerry. Goes by the name of Fixmo Tools. The Fixmo Corp and Fixmo team are offering this full set of tools at a very competitive price. I’ve had a chance to test and use this service for over a month now. And I’d have to say it’s quickly become a Berryfication Essential.
Here’s a sense of what to expect from each of the built in tools.
*Undelete – what this is, is a tool that keeps a copy of your last 20 Emails that have been deleted. And I can’t tell you how excited I am about this. I’ve already begun reviewing these. Oddly I found an email I didn’t mean to delete already. Go figure.
*Flame Retardant – which is a a highly clever email filtering system. Checks your emails in categories such as Offensive; which includes a standard list option and/or a specific list you create yourself. Repeated Punctuation; such as using the same words like “cool” 3 or more times or explanation marks like !!! way too many times in a paragraph. Words In Capitals; self explanatory.
*Silencer – keeps your phone quiet during busy calendar events. One of my favorite options. You can set a fixed time frame which you want silence like 15 minutes up to 2 hours. You can even set this to a convenience key. That way if your walking into a movie, kids play or a meeting and you don’t want to pull your bb out just reach and click. Your golden for 2 hours.
*Forward/Reply With Edit – integrated straight in your email options. Simply press the BlackBerry button while view your inbox. Three new options “Reply With Edit” “Forward With Edit” or “Reply ALL With Edit”.
*Battery Watch – gives you a precise % of remaining battery life. You have an alert setting for a specific percentage you may want warning of once your phone drops below. Also you have a detailed list of time left per. Such as, “talk time” “internet” “stand-by” “audio” or “video”.
*Memory Monitor – shows your ram & device memory. Giving you the option to “Clear Cache” freeing up that added weight. Also shows details of where your memory goes with a couple nice pie graphs.
Well what are ya waiting for?