SOTI Pocket Controller-Pro updated to v8.50 - adds OS 7 support and more - 25 copies up for grabs!

SOTI Pocket Controller-Pro
By Alicia Erlich on 7 Sep 2011 10:33 am EDT

The good folks over at SOTI let us know they upgraded their popular desktop and device software to v8.50. This updated version brings with it OS 7 support, an exit option, as well as some other improvements. Pocket Controller-Pro is a wonderful application that allows corporate users and consumers to remote control their device from their PC (including my personal favorite - BBM!) as well as being packed with other great features. Changes include: 

  • Support for BlackBerry OS 7.0 In our commitment to the BlackBerry platform, SOTI is proud to support all of RIM's latest smartphones. Native 7.0 support means better application performance on BlackBerry's latest devices.
  • Pocket Controller-Pro now supports gestures! You can now perform gestures using your mouse or touch screen monitor! Swipe, scroll, and navigate your BlackBerry exactly the same way as you do with your touch-screen BlackBerry smartphones. SOTI Pocket Controller Pro for BlackBerry now gives you 100% of your device's touch screen experience on your desktop!
  • Cut, Copy and Paste using Ctrl-X, Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V! Additional keyboard shortcuts have been added to save you time. You can now use your keyboard to Cut, Copy and Paste on the BlackBerry using the normal shortcut keys that you're familiar with on your desktop.
  • Automatic Zoom! SOTI has added the ability to see the entire BlackBerry when you first connect to your device.
  • Pocket Controller-Pro now has an Exit option! By popular demand, you can now easily exit the BlackBerry application when you're not using Pocket Controller-Pro and also prevent it from starting up at boot time so it doesn't use any system resources improving your BlackBerry's performance and boot time.

Soti Pocket Controller-Pro is available for all devices running OS 4.6 and higher and for PC's running Windows 2000-Windows 7. Existing users who purchased the software within the past twelve months are eligible for a free upgrade. Both the device and desktop software must be upgraded to function properly. 

Contest: Pocket Controller-Pro is normally $35.95 but we have 25 registration codes to give away for the desktop software courtesy of SOTI Inc. To enter simply leave a single comment on this post. Contest ends this Sunday at midnight PST. Please remember that multiple entries will not be counted. Good luck!

More information / download SOTI Pocket Controller-Pro from BlackBerry App World
Review of Pocket Controller-Pro v8

Reader comments

SOTI Pocket Controller-Pro updated to v8.50 - adds OS 7 support and more - 25 copies up for grabs!


i really love to have one license's a good program but the current price set me down :( it's way too expensive in my opinion...


I have Blurts SMS Pro....But i like the SOTI Pocket controller-Pro interface better than Blurts.

I hope i will get a copy.

I am in :)

Had Elertify and Impactica :) Great ones. But nothing beats this one. Looking forward to my copy by Monday :)

Thanks CrackBerry!

Pearl 8100 > 8800 > Storm > Storm 2 -- Call me Oldie :)

Now that I have a device that meets such contests on (bye-bye 8310...Hello 9930!!!), count me in. This would be a wonderful app.

Thank you once again & best of luck to everyone. =)

If I win this, a) I'll win something after a long time b) I will pray for everyone to be happy forever. c) I'm a monk whose prayers are always answered.

I really want one copy please. I don't have enough money, I cannot afford it, please please. It seems to be a great software! I'd love to have one of the 25 registration codes!! ;P

I manage over 180 Blackberry's and unfortunately I am not blessed with BES. Having access to remotely support BlackBerry's would save me HOUR of work and our end users from having to drive to our central office for certain levels of support!

I would love to get my hands on a copy!

Edit: Ahh poo, i ignore crackberry for a few days and miss out. Glad to see I am not the only person who tried to enter too late :)