Ever since I moved to the Torch I've had a heck of a time getting my Copy2Contact registered. For some reason the program was just not cooperating for me and once the trial expired the program has been dead in the water. I've been in contact with their tech support several times with no good results. This morning I received an email from their support with good news.
You're receiving this message because you recently wrote us about problems unlocking Copy2Contact on your BlackBerry device. We've traced the issue to a bug in OS 6 and have confirmed a solution to the problem. It was frustrating but we're relieved to finally know what's going on! You can read about it on our blog post. Please let us know if you have any questions.
I followed the steps in the blog post and once again my Copy2Contact is now working. What is Copy2Contact you may ask?
Simply, it allows you to take any contact related information from say an email, copy it to the clipboard and create an address book entry immediately. Unlike Xobni which continuously updates the Xobni address book with data captured from incoming and outgoing emails; Copy2Contact allows you to create a new contact in the native BlackBerry address book which you may have synchronizing with Outlook or Gmail.
As a busy person on-the-go I don't have time to manually enter peoples data into an address book entry so Copy2Contact has been a staple application from several years, and I was feeling a quite lost without it. The email from their support department put a great big smile on my face. I recommend you try this app if you have not ever used it. It's available in the CrackBerry App Store for $9.99, if you value your time with any dollar value than $9.99 is worth every dollar.For more information on Copy2Contact from the CrackBerry App Store
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