When I read the feature description in the latest version of FindIt on PinStack.com I started rolling on the floor. I wont ruin it for you so I will just let you read it yourself.
The update to Convenience Software’s FindIt is now available. FindIt helps you find your lost BlackBerry no matter what the conditions, all through email. It works through a series of user-customizable trigger tags that when sent in the subject line of an email to your BlackBerry make it do specific things.
Here are some of FindIt’s Features:
*FindIt now incorporates a loud and customizable tone that is set through your profile settings, so you can use any ring you want.
*FindIt also displays a user customizable pop-up message (set through the body of the activating email) that the person who picks it up can read.
*If this pop-up message is closed, FindIt will email you letting you know.
*FindIt also has an auto-callback feature. When activated, FindIt will wait until your lost BlackBerry’s backlight turns on, and then will call any number you choose (set through the body of the activating email), so that you can talk directly to whoever picks it up.
*FindIt now also incorporates GPS, and your lost BlackBerry will send you an email containing its coordinates along with a link to Yahoo! Maps.
*FindIt now has a stolen alarm as well. When activated, the stolen alarm yells “This BlackBerry is stolen! This BlackBerry is stolen!” and can only be silenced through a battery pull, so any would-be thieves will drop it immediately.
FindIt is $4.99 and comes with a 30-day money back guarantee.
A 3 day demo, along with more information is available here.
I can’t wait to install this software just to scare the hell out of all of my friends! That last feature is golden. I would even make it my ringtone for the device to yell: “This BlackBerry is stolen! This BlackBerry is stolen!“
FindIt is now the most feature filled Anti-Theft software for BlackBerry in my opinion. If you chronically lose your BlackBerry I would highly recommend picking up a copy of FindIt.
You can read our previous review of FindIt by Justin at this link.