Originally Posted by SHAPE_Services
SHAPE Services starts beta-testing of VoiceRecorder+ for Blackberry Pearl 8100. If you are interested in beta-testing, please send a request to imsupport(a)shapeservices.com
As usual, most active beta-testers will be awarded.
IM+ Support Team
Hi, I searched for voice notes blackberry 8100 on Google and there is apparently already a way to do this on the blackberry 8100 without using aftermarket software.
Can you please explain how your product is an improvement?
Here's what I got off Google: you basically create one address book entry (only once). Then, for each voice note you want to make, you pretend to send it to this address book entry, but save it as a draft. Then, the Pearl lets you listen to your drafts. They are already annotated by you and timestamped automatically. That's it.
Here's the text. Again, it's on Google.
The Blackberry 8100 does not include a voice memo feature. But you can use the Send Voice Note app for a simple and quick way to input voice notes. Here's what to do:
1: Make an address book entry with the first name of "Voice Memo". Enter only a dummy email address into the Voice Memo entry. Use
2: Open the Send Voice Note application. Click OK to record your note. When finished, click the Pearl and then click Send as MMS. Find and select your Voice Memo address book entry created above. You can enter a subject if you want to note what the voice memo is about, but you don't have to. Click the pearl, scroll down one and click Save Draft.
Your voice note is now available in the Messages application. It's timestamped, labeled as a Voice Memo, and shows the subject you entered above. To play it, just open it and click Play.
When you want to record another voice memo, your Voice Note address book entry should be pre-selected so you can just click on it without having to find it again.