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MediaPOP – Get Video & Audio Attachments Up To 5 Megabytes

Originally VirtualViews came up with their AudioPOP application that let you download audio attachments before RIM added that feature natively. Now they have once again stepped in front of RIM by enabling you to download video and mp3 attachments up to 5MB from your BlackBerry email. The cool part is you can download it directly to your SD card.


It seems to use your login to your email server to check your email and download the attachments. It also lets you download MP3, WAV, M4A, WMA, MP4, 3GP, MOV and many others right out of the box. You can also email yourself JAD & COD files for easy installs. It also supports WiFi for faster attachment downloading.

You can pick it up for $16.99 at the BerryReview Store. There is also a free trial for 14 days or 30 downloads to try it out. I know this is a niche product so I recommend going with the trial. If you head to the store link from your BlackBerry you will be able to download the trial OTA.


  • Download Audio, Video and BlackBerry Applications
  • Save attachments to SD Card or Internal Memory
  • Supports multiple attachments
  • Receive attachments from another BlackBerry
  • Integrates with BlackBerry Messages program
  • Download any file type to your BlackBerry
  • Playback through the Built in media player
  • Download attachments up to 5MB
  • Add or Delete file extensions
  • Supports SSL & TLS connections
  • Auto Download in background
  • Audio & Popup Alerts
  • Supports WiFi
2 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Oo, cool, what’s “Blackberry Messages” program?

    Damn, I get my hopes up only to be quashed yet again. Come on RIM, I wanna be able to download podcast mp3’s directly from a web site!

  2. It works, plain and simple. I navigated to this page on my Blackberry Curve 8330, downloaded/installed the app. Then, I emailed a 4 MB mp3 file to it. In the the main “Options” list, a new “MediaPOP” option appears. You have to put in the email address, access name and password that you are using to read your email on the Blackberry.
    Now, go to the email, select the attachment, bring up the menu, and select “MediaPop”, and it will download the mp3 right to your media folder, where it plays perfectly.

    THANK YOU. I can’t believe the nitwits at Blackberry don’t make this a standard function of the phone. After all, what good is email if you can’t receive music and video attachments?

    But at least your product DOES solve the problem.

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