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Old 03-04-2005, 06:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If you had to show one person one application that you felt would "wow" them on a Blackberry, what would it be?
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Old 03-04-2005, 10:02 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Instant email?

There is no wow application - people either get it or they don't. When I show my Treo 650 and BB7100 10 out of 10 people think the Treo is the coolest.
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It all really depends on what age group.

They younger internet generation would be most impressed with VeriChat, the mid generation would be impressed by the instant email feature, or whatever application would make their profession easier. Not really sure what the older generation would be impressed with, all really depends with they are electronics savvy or not.
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There is no wow application - people either get it or they don't. When I show my Treo 650 and BB7100 10 out of 10 people think the Treo is the coolest.
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There is no wow application - people either get it or they don't. When I show my Treo 650 and BB7100 10 out of 10 people think the Treo is the coolest.
Do you show it off to business professionals or teenagers, or both?
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My wow application doesn't exsist - remote management of Novell networks... everything I've seen thus far is for Windows... yawn.
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Old 03-05-2005, 02:31 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Default I like my remote stereo app

I basically setup a small form factor pc which controls my stereo and tv components, I have a wap page setup which controls the entire setup so I can use my blackberry to do what I need remotely, yes in other words its replaced my remote control, they usually think I have too much time on my hands or just shake their heads, but it works.
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My wow application doesn't exsist - remote management of Novell networks... everything I've seen thus far is for Windows... yawn.
Idokorro Mobile Admin does Novell Management as well as Windows (and Domino, SQL Server, SSH and Telnet, etc)
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My wow application doesn't exsist - remote management of Novell networks... everything I've seen thus far is for Windows... yawn.
Idokorro Mobile Admin does Novell Management as well as Windows (and Domino, SQL Server, SSH and Telnet, etc)
Your my hero... how did I miss this one?!
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