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Pocket Informant 1.0 For BlackBerry Coming In Late Summer

Anybody know what “Late Summer” means in non-vaguish?

Robbie just forwarded the latest WebIS newsletter that includes mention of an upcoming release of Pocket Informant for BlackBerry. They will be publishing some more info on their website in the next 30 days. I know many BlackBerry converts were Pocket Informant diehard fans so this is probably great news. In case you don’t know what Pocket Informant is you can read up on Version 8.0 for Windows Mobile.

The details from the newsletter:

PocketinformantPocket Informant continues to be our flagship application and we are continuing major development of Pocket Informant for Windows Mobile as well as introducing new versions for BlackBerry and iPhone. So here are some highlights of what’s coming up:

BlackBerry – Pocket Informant 1.0 coming late summer

  • Designed for the Blackberry and takes advantage of the unique BlackBerry interface
  • Full PI-like Calendar: Agenda, Day, Week, Month
  • Powerful Tasks view with priorities,
  • Fully integrated Contacts
  • Many Productivity enhancements and shortcuts
  • Category Icons and Colors

We will be introducing new product pages on our Website within the next 30 days for the BlackBerry and iPhone versions of Pocket Informant where you can sign up to get notification of release. Please stay tuned!

Thanks for the tip Robbie!

6 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. This will be version 1.0, which will have only a fraction of the features of Windows Mobile version 8.0.

  2. Jay – yes its not going to be feature compared to PI 8. Of course not. You’re not going to build PI 8 for BB in 1 year. Its 1.0! But it will be a major step forward from what the BlackBerry can do today, though it will *not* be marketed at PI8 for BB. Its PI for BB *1.0.*. We do expect to have feature parity in the future.

  3. Alex Kac,

    Thank you for the clarification. Your press release says to look at version 8, so people will think it is the same. Maybe you can change your press release to not tell people to look at a version 8?

  4. So I’m not sure where it says to look at version 8 except on the WinMobile side. I see 3 sections – WinMobile, BlackBerry, iPhone.

    http://webis.net/newsletter/june08.htm

  5. Alex Kac,

    Sorry, not you. Ronen Halevy says “you can read up on Version 8.0 for Windows Mobile.”

    This is his web site and I thought he just posted your press release when he said that.

    Sorry, his mistake. Not you.

  6. Sorry Jay my bad for the confusion. Honestly I was just saying that the basic idea of the application would probably model around the windows mobile version

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