Sell old mobile in order to enjoy new BlackBerry email app
20 September 2010 — 11:59 AM
People who sell an old mobile in the coming weeks and want a device that offers a swift and simple email service may wish to consider a BlackBerry.
Software engineer Luis Sigal, author of a recent entry to the Google Mobile Blog, says the search engine has updated its technology to allow messages to be read on the brand's handsets.
He tells how the Google Mobile App can now handle requests to search the cloud, meaning emails stored on the platform can be found.
This is particularly relevant to those with Gmail, Google Contacts and Google Docs accounts.
Mr Sigal gives the example of somebody who needs to find an email that was sent some time ago and contains a checklist.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "This app makes it easier to use an email service on your Blackberry. With more of us choosing smartphones for business purposes, it could be worth upgrading. Why not trade in your old phone for cash?"
The user can simply say 'checklist' to the app and the correct message will be located within seconds.
BlackBerry has recently been expanding around the globe, adding the Curve 3G model to its offering in countries such as Malaysia, Thailand and Australia.
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