I know we mentioned Unyverse back in December but some serious changes have been made since then which warrant mention. First of all they changed their name to Upvise after they started courting business customers. My favorite feature that I am trying right now is the ability to create a shopping list on their website and then access it from your BlackBerry. You can also import your contacts from your BlackBerry into the application and their website. Pretty cool stuff!!!
You can pick up a copy of the application by pointing your BlackBerry to www.upvise.com
Some of their features from their website:
Access Wikipedia on your mobile phone
Imagine having the entire knowledge of the largest collaborative encyclopedia in the world at your fingertips, anytime, anywhere. Just type in any word on your mobile and download instantly the entire Wikipedia article specially formatted for your mobile device. You can also bookmark any article to a create a list of favorites in your account.
Read RSS News
Sitting in another useless meeting? Just pick up your phone and start reading the latest news feeds on the spot. With the Upvise RSS News app, you can add your favorite RSS feeds from your web account and download them instantly on your mobile. You can also bookmark any interesting article to your list of favorites.
Manage your contacts from your web browser and get them automatically on your phone. Type in some contact information in your mobile when you meet someone, and it is automatically uploaded to your web account. With the Contacts app, your contacts are always in sync between your mobile and your web account.
Send a quick note from your desktop to your mobile. Type in some information you want to remember in your mobile and retrieve the note later on from your web account. With the Notebooks app, you can store and classify your notes by creating personal notebooks, and access all your notes on-the-go.
Manage your shopping lists on your desktop and your mobile. You can maintain several lists, for different types of shops or items, i.e. one for groceries, for healthcare items, for household items,…