We are big fans of JeeoSuite here at CrackBerry, and for good reason. If you haven't heard of it yet, JeeoSuite is a wifi portal for your BlackBerry. You can transfer files, access email, bookmarks, stats, and tools right from your computer via your browser. This app is really awesome, and up until now it was also hard to get your hands on as mblware still had it locked down in a private beta. Well, the wait is over. If you've been itching to get your hands on JeeoSuite and you haven't been able to yet, you'll be happy to learn that you now can. Mblware sent out emails last night to people who had signed up but not been chosen for the private beta informing them that a public beta version is now available. To download JeeoSuite for your BlackBerry you can visit http://get.jeeosuite.com from your phone.
So go get signed up, install the app, and give it a go! If you're already part of the private beta, you will want to update your version of JeeoSuite as well. Full instructions on what to do once you've installed are after the break, and if you're still unsure of what exactly JeeoSuite is, or why you want it, check out the video below for a full rundown. Let us know what you think of it in the comments below or in the forums, and if you have feedback for mblware be sure to submit it to them!
After you have the app installed, setup is easy:
- Make sure Wifi is enabled on your device! (Otherwise it won't work.)
- Set all Permissions to ALLOW for JeeoSuite
- Launch the app
- Note the IP:PORT listed at the top
- Enter that IP:PORT in to your computer's web browser
- If you haven't set a Username/Password just click LOGIN
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