BlackBerry users can now download the inbox-synchronising service Xobni to their smartphones after a long period of development.
The Xobni app will cost a little over £6 for the initial download, but then requires a subscription payment of about £2.50 each month to keep all of your data in check.
Xobni not only ensures that emails and messages are consistent across buyers' computers and BlackBerrys, but also sorts users inboxes so that the most relevant and searched-for messages and contacts are nearest the top.
Contacts who start a conversation will be given their own profile and then subsequently ranked based on the type and frequency of messages exchanged.
Various BlackBerry smartphones are compatible with the Xobni app, including the Storm2 and the Curve 8900.
Xobni could be on the way to other smartphones in the future, but so far no official source has provided any indication as to which platforms will be getting the service first.
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