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08-15-2010 12:41 PM
So, if anyone has a wish for a feature to be added, now would be the time to mention it.
for users :
that are under BES
with an IT policy that allows them to install applications
that use an old device with few Application memory like Curve 8300 or Storm 1
an application that will browse the BES email folders, and for each folder, will display the sum of the sizes of all messages in that folder including images & attachments.
so that they can delete those messages. Back when I had a Curve 8310, I had to do crawl though all my messages to delete messages, because my overall device memory was under 5'000'000. I spend a lot of company time doing that. And one day my device failed and was replaced by a 8900. I don't have to do that anymore... until in a few months (my app memory is now above 40'000'000 but was above 60'000'000 four months ago).
07-13-2011 06:43 PM - edited 07-13-2011 06:56 PM
"What's Happening in My Phone?" was intended to supersede the 4 apps it was integrated from ("What's Running?", Meters, Menu Scanner, and Mercury). I had written many small utilities over a couple of years as needs, ideas, and user requests came along, and chose my preferred four to integrate into a single app more polished than a simple bundle like Memory Monster.
But the market ultimately makes the decision, not the developer -- of course I could just un-publish everything else, but the fact is that Memory Monster is being downloaded more than anything I've ever published, and What's Running is my 2nd most purchased app most days.
what can I say, the people have voted!
P.S. If you compare the screenshots you can see some differences, the layout of the blue banner at the top of the What's Running list, the pie-meters in the Memory Window, and the invisible apps in brackets next to the visible apps in the menu.