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vPost Free Edition Lets You Easily Send Media – 1MB File Limit

vpost20Vayyoo released a free edition of their popular application that lets you easily send media from your BlackBerry. As a reminder vPost lets you easily attach notes, pictures, video, & voice along with your GPS location in an email. The new free version was spotted in the App World as version compared to the premium ($9.95) v2.1.0.85. The main catch seems to be that the free version has a 1MB attachment size limit.

Update list for the free version:

  • Support for Storm
  • Greatly enhanced media preview
  • Volume control on media playback
  • Indicator for number of attachments
  • New theme
  • Improved memory management
  • Attachment total size limited to 1M

Pretty interesting move by Vayyoo. This will get people to try out their application and buy it if they use it more often… You can pick up the free version in the App World by searching for vPost. I really think vendors need to stay away from only offering their apps in the App World. It sucks that I cannot link you directly to the product…

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  1. It is very annoying going through blackberry application world to download any application cause it seems only selected countries are eligible to register this is very unfair it is not only those listed countries use blackberry high time developers stop sending applications to them it is a frustrating experience someone should send me an ota link for this application

  2. They are going to loose business to some customers (namely me) who are not going to bother with going through App World. It’s just to much of a bother compared to a simple hyperlink to download OTA.

  3. I can understand a company wanting to monetize their app through App World, but I can’t understand why RIM can’t implement some way of more quickly finding an app there. Heck, just give every app a number and put in a search for AppID number capability in App World app itself.

  4. Another missed opportunity by RIM – us Aussie BB users are still unable to access any of these great new apps!

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