Deal of the Day: BlackBerry Tour Week! Day 6 Special: Get QuickPull Pro v3 for $1.47 - 50% Off!

QuickPull Pro for 50% Off!
By Kevin Michaluk on 22 Aug 2009 10:37 am EDT
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BlackBerry Tour Week is winding down, but we still have a couple Deal of the Day Specials you won't want to miss out on. Day 6 is QuickPull Pro v3 for 50% off its regular price. That means you can grab it until Midnight CST tonight for just $1.47. Here's the official verbage on QuickPull Pro:

QuickPull Pro conveniently simulates a "battery pull" on your BlackBerry, freeing up memory! Now with memory monitoring and advanced scheduling, QuickPull Pro uses "Smart Reboot" to free up memory, increase device performance, and enrich your overall BlackBerry experience.

Unlike the red power button on your phone which merely reloads your device, QuickPull will actually refresh the device, freeing up memory and increasing performance without losing your settings! Schedule to run a QuickPull at a certain time each DAY, or multiple times each WEEK with NEW convenient scheduling features to keep your memory and performance running at its best.You can even set a MEMORY threshold that will allow QuickPull Pro to alert you when your available memory drops too low. If the memory drops, memory monitoring will prompt you to run a QuickPull.

Be sure to click over to the product page for more details, to read customer reviews and to purchase and download. 

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Deal of the Day: BlackBerry Tour Week! Day 6 Special: Get QuickPull Pro v3 for $1.47 - 50% Off!


Using the free Standard version now. What constitutes using a lot of memory? I normally have my applications closed once I'm done with them (web browser, AIM, Pandora, clock).

I wasn't too impressed with the plug in so I deleted it after a couple hours. I lost all my messages, but that was my fault; I didn't read the directions. Either way, it didn't seem to work properly with Berry Buzz. I would click on my e-mail message and the LED would continue to flash. The only time the LED turned off is when I clicked on the "messages" icon. Soon after, the LED stopped working all together.

After I deleted the plug-in and rebooted, the LED worked properly. Did anyone have this same problem?

Okay - me too... After it froze up during the installation, I did a battery pull (how ironic is THAT?) and now it appears that I'm up and running smoothly. Just scheduled a daily pull for three in the morning.

I WILL keep an eye out for the BerryBuzz question, becuse I just DL'd that the other day.

I use Quickpull Pro all the time. Today, I ran QP Pro after showing only 63 MB in memory & I was back up to 90 MB after the reboot! Definately worth paying for. I use multiple themes & 3rd party apps, so I find QP Pro very useful. I do use it with the paid version of BerryBuzz with no problems. Have yet to actually pull out the battery, thank goodness.

As for DoD suggestions, we need an Email Viewer first before Quicklaunch! Both quality email viewers are $30! QQL is only $5. Crackberry, please finish off a good sale with Empower or another good email viewer. I currently use my iPod Touch to view email because BB don't handle HTML email very well w/o 3rd party app. A Deal of the Day sale would answer that need just fine!