Deal of the Day: Save 50% on Remote Desktop for Mobiles

RDM+ for BlackBerry Smartphones
By Kevin Michaluk on 31 Jul 2009 08:31 am EDT
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Back in April Bla1ze reviewed RDM+ (Remote Desktop for Mobiles) and came away thoroughly impressed. As you can probably guess from its name, Remote Desktop for Mobiles allows you to use your mobile device (in this case your BlackBerry of course!) to remotely access your computer or laptop. You can send and receive emails, surf web, edit documents in word processor, copy, cut, paste files or folders and do hundreds other things that you typically do sitting in front of your home or office computer. For power users or those who work in IT, this is an extremely useful application.

Aa today's CrackBerry Deal of the Day, you can save 50% on RDM+, meaning you can get it for $19.97 vs. the $39.95 regular retail price. A free trial is also available, so you can give it a quick go for free before deciding if this is an app you need to have on your BlackBerry. For more info, check out Bla1ze's review and RDM+'s product page (be sure to read the customer reviews).

And remember, if you don't want to miss out you can visit every 24 hours to see what app is on for 50% off (we won't blog the DoD every day).

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Deal of the Day: Save 50% on Remote Desktop for Mobiles


This has a lot of potential for sales people who need to access certain documents when not in the office. However, I have found so far that .pdf and .doc files are opening up garbled, even .jpg when I try to view/edit them from my phone. I downloaded a .pdf and was able to successfully attach it and send it on...but was never able to view it from the phone to verify the document. Any tips or suggestions? Please BBM me at: 31e686d7

I've had RDM+ for quite a while now. Still one of the most useful apps for me.

Last week my wife and I were in Office Depot and she mentioned a low ink alert had popped up whe she printed something but she couldn't remember which ink tank it was.

I popped open RDM+, got into my PC, opened the printer properties and ran the maintenance diagnostic which showed the Cyan ink was almost out. I told her to go grab a Canon #8 Cyan cartridge.

It was at that point I realized I had an audience of 4 amazed and curious onlookers who spent the next 20 minutes checking out the Storm.

Whats the difference, if any? Just purchased the Tetherberry, and it's working fine for me so far. Just would like to know if there is a significant difference in the two applications. Thanks