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01-21-2009 11:43 PM
I have found the best app for blackberry. Its called Aerize Card Loader and it allows you to install, store and run apps from your micro SD media card. This totally saved my Pearl's performance as I was having low memory issues. And now that I"ve upgraded to an 8900 with an 8GB card, I can install and run virtually limitless apps.
This is the only app I have paid for and I am very pleased with it. When I upgraded to my 8900, I notified the vendor I got it from and they sent me an activation key at no charge.
When you install an app OTA, there is an option to "save to SD card" and its as easy as that. Or, you can simply drag .cod files into the 'loader' folder and then load them in the Aerize application. So simple and you'll never have to worry about low memory issues again. Just get rid of all your apps in your device memory and install them onto your SD card.
This is an app that every BB owner should have and that should come as standard software in the OS. There's even a free trial to try before you buy. I was convinced on the 2nd day, and paid for the registered version right away.
01-22-2009 02:38 AM
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