RIM Rolls Out Blackberry Desktop Manager For Mac Users

By October 1st, 2009 AT 4:28 PM

RIM Rolls Out Blackberry Desktop Manager For Mac UsersResearch In Motion (RIM) the makers of BlackBerry has exciting news for Mac users that want an easy and reliable solution that syncs their contacts, calendar appointments, tasks and notes with their BlackBerry smartphones.

A new version of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager software has been developed specifically for Mac users. The new desktop software is scheduled to be available for free download from www.blackberry.com/mac on Friday, October 2 at 1:00 p.m Eastern Daylight Time.

The new BlackBerry Desktop Manager software allows Mac users to smoothly and seamlessly sync data from Mac applications like iCal, Address Book, Microsoft® Entourage® and others, as well as add and remove applications, schedule automatic backups, encrypt backup files and install software updates for their BlackBerry smartphone.

BlackBerry Desktop Manager Software also integrates BlackBerry Media Sync, enabling Mac users to sync their iTunes music collections with their BlackBerry smartphone from within the BlackBerry Desktop Manager software, users simply select the desired iTunes playlists and the music, including song information and album art, is quickly transferred onto their BlackBerry smartphone.

BlackBerry Desktop Manager software is designed to run on Mac computers with Mac OS 10.5.5 and higher and supports BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry OS 4.2 and higher.

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Hmm…good to see something for Mac users (they are always starved for compatible essential 3rd party applications).

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