BerryBuzz – What’s the buzz man!?

What’s BerryBuzz?

It’s a tiny piece of software for BlackBerry phones that lights up the LED to notify you’ve got email.. so what’s the big deal? well BerryBuzz allows you to assign colours to the various email accounts. For example one email account could be set to green, another cyan, another orange, another blue and so on. You can also change the default colour for phone calls.

So at work/home I turn off all email programs (postbox mainly) and when the BlackBerry Lights up – a quick glance and I can determine whether I should check or not.. i.e. emails have been priortised. I’m sure you can do it with other (windows) programs but hey BerryBuzz does it so well.

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Ronan

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2 thoughts on “BerryBuzz – What’s the buzz man!?

  1. “For example one email account could be set to green, another cyan, another orange, another blue and so on. You can also change the default colour for phone calls”

    So what happens if you get many emails in or around the same time? Are you meant to be a slave to your inbox (now substituted by your berry) and always instantly acknowledge the presence of a new email in order to make the LED switch off or change colour?

    Does the priority scheme overwrite an already-on LED to notify you that instead of a crappy mail, you’ve got a better (more important) email?

    I’m confused.. so many colours, only one LED!?

    P.S. I’m wondering what colour show on your berry when you get a mail to notify of a new comment that has just been left on your blog! ;o)

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