Special Giveaway And BBSync Birthday Offer Of 50% Off Fixmo Tools For The 1st 100 Readers!

April 23, 2010 | By | 3 Comments

If you’re a frequent visitor of our site, you know that Fixmo Tools is one of our fave apps for the BlackBerry. It’s like the tool box that RIM forgot to add. It has so many features within it that you’ll wonder what you did without it. We have a contest and a 50% off coupon offer! Keep reading…

From the first time I tried Fixmo Tools, I was in total bliss. Fixmo Tools is available in the BlackBerry Sync Store for $19.99. ***Keep reading for how to save 50% off, a value of $9.99!***

It contains the following features:

  • Undelete is your phone’s “recycling bin.” You can retrieve deleted email, PIN messages, calendar events, tasks, and memos. Undelete is integrated into the existing message system menus.
  • Flame Retardant helps you save face. It warns if you’re about to:
  • Reply All to a message on which you were BCC’d when you want to reply only to the sender,
  • Use potentially inappropriate content, such as profanities or excessive punctuation and capitalization (which can imply shouting),
  • Add unintended recipients. Flame Retardant will ask you to double-check your recipient list based on the domains you’re sending to. Keep clients and friends off of those internal business emails!
  • Silencer watches your calendar and completely silences during scheduled events. (No rings, alerts, or other sounds) For unexpected events, use Quick Silence, and set it for any duration. (The movie theatre will thank you.)
  • Forward/Reply with Edit lets you edit the original message when you reply or forward it. Like Undelete, this essential utility integrates seamlessly into the existing BlackBerry e-mail menus.
  • Battery Watch is your early warning system. It monitors power usage and warns you when your battery reaches low levels. Detailed statistics estimate how much talk, browsing, standby and other app time you have left so you don’t run out at a bad time.
  • Memory Monitor is your phone’s “check up.” It tracks detailed memory stats and gives you an insight into your phone’s performance across both RAM and device memory.

I posted the review of Fixmo Tools while it was in beta version here. Since then a lot has changed, but the features that made it great have only gotten better. So now comes the great part. I have a few copies to give away. Here’s the deal. I want you to leave us an embarrassing story that happened with your BlackBerry that Fixmo Tools could have saved you from. It could be like your phone rebooting at a bad time, having emailed  someone out of anger, any kind of sad story that would have ended sweet with Fixmo. Let us know how that’s not going to happen again if you have Fixmo Tools. The best couple of embarrassing stories wins.

***And for those who don’t want to leave a message, or can’t wait, there’s still a sweet deal for you yet. I have to thank Rick for this, for the first 100 readers who go to purchase Fixmo, you can get 50% off! That’s right, 50%! That’s Fixmo Tools for only 9.99 for our readers, but only the first 100. Use the following code when purchasing: BBSYNCBDAY ***

So hurry and share your stories with us, or go get your Fixmo Tools and find out why we are so excited about it. And please leave some love or thanks for Rick for the specials.

You can grab your copy of Fixmo Tools from the BlackBerry Sync Store here

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  • kata

    Hmmm okay. So I was totally into this girl a few years back and I had finally asked her out via email. So she responded and said yes. Giddy I instantly email a buddy of mine like “omg she totally said yes! I’m so happy!! I can’t wait to go out with her and show her how much I like her and win her over”. Send the email. Well, I guess I had been thinking too much about her cause I sent it to her and not to my friend (on a diff domain). Do’h.

  • Edwin V.

    Well I was trying to email my friend about this great weekend I had with this one girl. I wrote everything that happened including how she was a freak in bed and about the things she was willing to do in bed. Since I was in such a hurry I didn’t notice that I hadn’t sent it to him, but that I had sent it to my mom. I was really embarassed when I saw her and had to apologize.

  • galambo

    The recent story goes this way.

    I am on the board of my condo, and we are talking/emailing about privacy, and how we need to address the concerns some residence have. I mentioned, in a new email, that I knew a lawyer who specialises in privacy law. To get his proper name, as I do have it in my contact list, I included it on the CC I was writing to the board. I copied the info, BUT I forget to delete the address before sending out. So I had to then send another email telling the lawyer friend to ignore the first email, that included references to his service.

    board members and the lawyer were not happy with the thread to say the least

    Then it is the frustrating part where I am replying to a long email, but ONLY want to snip/respond to a small portion. Example I had a 3 page email that I was responding to from a client, yet 99% was for discussion to the other parties and ONE sentence was for me (weather or not the software in question would work). What happened I responded but the reader of my response would have to search he entire thread to see what I was responding to. Confusing to say the least.