RIM preparing new desktop synching software dubbed BlackBerry Link

 

BlackBerry Dev Alpha

For a while now, we've been hearing rumors of RIM working on a new sort of desktop and device synching software solution for upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices and now there is a little bit more information out there to support those rumors.

BlackBerry Link as it is referred to has been in internal beta testing for a while and has since been spotted on BlackBerry Dev Alpha devices at BlackBerry Jam Americas. Right now, there isn't much more info out there other than a screenshot and a name for it but, we're expecting to hear more about it soon enough.

As it stands, BlackBerry Desktop Software / Manager is the go to application for synching media, information and apps but it's notoriously slow and cumbersome. A refreshed version of such an application would certainly be welcomed by everyone I'm sure.

Source: BlackBerryItalia

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RIM preparing new desktop synching software dubbed BlackBerry Link
Bla1ze
Wed, 03 Oct 2012 00:00:40 GMT

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