I like it when software companies announce their products in the forums. Not only do you get to give them some feedback, but also other people can join the discussion and brainstorm. But anyway, you can check the product description right here:
BilbyConnections is a network connections scheduler. You can easily turn off your Mobile Network/Wi-Fi at a certain time. After a period of time you defined, it will be auto turned on again. Features:
- Schedule Mobile Network off.
- Schedule Wi-Fi off.
- Auto turn on Mobile Network/Wi-Fi after a certain period you defined.
- A good flight mode solution for the BlackBerry.
- Choose no end time, keep (from?) Mobile Network/Wi-Fi disconnecting.
- After finished doing the schedule tasks, application will auto close, save memory and battery life.
I just woke up and it’s darn hot here, so my brain isn’t working very well. That’s my perfect excuse for not being able to come up with any use for that. I guess it saves some battery, but doesn’t the BlackBerry have its own standby mode scheduler already? What’s the difference here? Sometimes I wish I could schedule my Berry to download files automatically, like podcast episodes, but we don’t have any podcast management or player for the BlackBerry anyway, so what is it good for? Please let me know in the comments, I’ll appreciate it.