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BerryMover


BerryMover
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Description

Reclaim all the data stuck on your old BlackBerry and view it in BerryMover. Import contacts and appointments; view individual contacts, appointments, tasks, notes, SMS messages, and emails.

Here's how it works...

...simply upload your most current and complete BlackBerry backup file to your iPhone. Then run BerryMover. It will display every contact, calendar, task, note, text message and anything else you need on your iPhone.

Without BerryMover, there would be no way to view the data from your BlackBerry and your valuable info would be stuck there forever.

It's simple and powerful. Here's what you get with your copy of BerryMover:

-A video tutorial on how to get your BlackBerry backup onto your iPhone
-Simple, fast importing of your contacts and appointments.
-Select all or only a few items
-The ability to view appointments, contacts, tasks, notes, text messages and much more.

And it comes from PocketMac, the inventors of the first BlackBerry-to-Mac sync product so you know that we know what we're doing.

BerryMover has been featured in the following publications:

Wall Street Journal
San Francisco Chronicle
MacWorld
UberGizmo
ZDNet

UPDATE: If you are using a .BBB file instead of a .IPD file, please read this note.

First, rename your .BBB file to .ZIP. Then double-click it. This will unpack the file into folders.

You'll want to look for the "Databases" folder. You'll see a file called "Databases.ipd". Just drag that file out out onto your desktop and import it using the steps we've just gone over.

What's New in Version 1.4

This version fixes the following:
- Large SMS histories (2000+ messages exchanged with a single contact) now display as plaintext.
- Field labels for newer IPD files now corrected.
- Calendar import button un-hidden. (Sorry!)

Screenshots

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