A couple of months ago, we reported on RIM’s new BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing app hitting the BlackBerry Beta Zone. After almost two months of testing, it looks like the app is primed and ready for the masses. On the Official BlackBerry Blog, RIM announced that BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing is now out of beta and can be downloaded from the BlackBerry App World.
In case you need a refresher on what BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing is, it is an app for BlackBerry phones that allows users to easily turn existing calendar entries into conference calls. So for those of you who use your BlackBerry’s calendar to remind you of all your meetings – this app is pretty much a “must have”. It lets you create conference calls in a snap, and addition to useful features like the ability to reconnect to a call you get disconnected from and more.
Head over to the BlackBerry App World to download BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing for the grand price of free now.
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