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Anagram Rebranded as Copy2Contact – No Longer Free

copy2contact-blackberry A little part of me cried when Shvartzberry let me know about this. He recently tried to download the free Anagram beta and was told it was no longer in beta and renamed Copy2Contact. The bad news is that it is no longer free…

Copy2Contact for BlackBerry is now selling for $9.95 a year putting it in direct competition with Gwabbit which has more BlackBerry specific features.

As a reminder Copy2Contact for BlackBerry grab new contacts and appointments from text on your BlackBerry screen, including email signatures, web directories, and search results and lets you create or update a contact from that information.

So is anybody going to run to this link and pick up a copy?

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  1. I will stick with Anagram that I have already on all 3 BlackBerry thanks. 😉

    • Does it not make you upgrade? I couldn’t remember if it forced me to or if it only offered me to and by the time I realized that it was not free, it was too late.

  2. I found out the hard way a week and a half ago when I was in need of this very handy application. After searching for a few minutes base on your first article of introduction. I am currently making use of the trial days. I think the price is tooooo steep.

  3. I have used Gwabbit for a while, but ended up taking it off because I didn’t use it as often as I thought. Still wish I tried the beta

  4. Another instance of “beta and switch”!

    • I would think that everything ever is beta and switch because every website and software goes through beta. You think things are going to stay beta and free forever? Maybe software companies should just give everything away? It’s just not realistic or fare to expect that.

  5. This was dirty pool. Uninstalled and will look closer at Gwabbit.

  6. I don’t get it. Do you guys think companies/people can create software for a living and make it free? Copy2contact saves you so much time $10 is nothing – and it’s the same price as anything else out there. I tried both. As far as Gwabbit goes, Gwabbit doesn’t do appointments, and has to connect to it’s server every time you use it – and who knows what data it’s also collecting about it’s customers. Copy2contact is the same price, you never have to connect to a server so it doesn’t matter if you are in the subway or where ever and its much more accurate.

  7. Just to clarify, our private beta got some accidental publicity here and elsewhere. We stepped up to support the users who happened upon getting the beta and never promised the final release would be free. I can see how it would be confusing if you found it here instead of via our beta invitation.

    Hope you’ll give Copy2Contact a good look. We put a TON of work into making it really user-friendly and streamlined for the BlackBerry given the unique attributes of the platform.

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