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QWERTY Converter For BlackBerry & How To Do It Free Using Two Different Methods

Here Is a neat application that I ran across that some people might find useful, it’s called QWERTY Converter and you guessed it the name says it all. The application simply does what you expect. It converts alphanumerical numbers into numbers. As most smart phones these days come with QWERTY keyboards and is hard to dial numbers like that on it by simply pressing the numbers.

The application converts the alphanumeric number into actual numbers and it displays it for you on the screen with the option of dialing the number.  The  program is not free it runs for $3.99 over at www.marketinglocus.com and they do have a free trial .

Now here is a tip on how to do this free…

You can dial numbers like these on your BB querty keyboard by simply pressing shift and then the letter that you wish to dial if is one that doesn’t have a number assigned to your blackberry keyboard, this does work pretty good so it might save you some money but if you want to do it the easy way check out the application.

TIP from the editor:

Personally I just use this free image stored on my device to easily figure out what letters corrispond to which numbers. Check it out at this link.

5 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. I cannot stand it when companies try and sell software that “corrects” something that was never a problem in the first place.

  2. Kudos for pointing out that you can dial a “word”! I also love the graphic!

    It should also be noted you can enter “word” phone numbers in the Address Book by holding down the [Alt] (aka [Shift]) key in any of the phone number fields.

  3. Hello,
    Blackberry already does this without needing addtl software or keeping a picture of which key corespond to wich letter…

    Here is how : simply dial the numeric part as usual and CAPITALIZE the letters. Example; try 1-800-BESTBUY and hit send, the letters will be change in the right numbers automatically.

  4. Its not the shift key,its ALT

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