Call Sorting Application for BlackBerries On the Way
Oct 24, 2008, 12:15 PM by Eric M. Zeman
A new software offering from Redmond Technologies will allow BlackBerry users to organize call histories more efficiently. BlackBerry users can use Momentum to assign custom tags to all their calls. They will then be able to look up their call histories via an encrypted online application. The application will let them see details about the call and sort through them. For business users, this can help them bill clients more accurately for resources and expenses. The software will be available in the fourth quarter, and Redmond Technologies is looking to bring the application to the iPhone, Symbian-based phones and Windows Mobile based devices in the future.
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