1. TaZ52083's Avatar
    I have the I love blackberry app. Is this app really accurate. For my crackberry account for my pc and phone I have it saved so when to go to crackberry.com I don't have to log in. So how does the app determine when I'm log in.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    05-14-09 05:57 AM
  2. JordanofMadden's Avatar
    What does this app do and where can I get it.

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    05-14-09 09:16 AM
  3. zazzified's Avatar
    What? It has nothing to do with Crackberry.
    05-14-09 09:25 AM
  4. bigslam123's Avatar
    What does this app do and where can I get it.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    EarlySail I Love BlackBerry: Are you a BlackBerry Addict ? Prepare to Find Out


    Are you a casual user or are you a BlackBerry Addict ?

    Find out with EarlySail's FREE "I Love BlackBerry" application [beta]



    You always suspected that you were in love with your BlackBerry, but you may be surprised at how and when you actually use it. The application will show your usage during work hours and during nights and weekends. It organizes your daily, weekly, monthly usage for the current period as well as displays long term averages.



    You can share your usage via email with a friend for now, and the next generation of this application will let you compare your usage with that of your friends and colleagues.

    The application also counts your usage on the phone as active time - therefore when prompted you should grant access to this application to use the phone api on your BlackBerry device. In addition, the application periodically checks to see if a new version of the application is available.
    05-14-09 09:41 AM
  5. earlysail's Avatar
    Hello

    From the FAQs at earlysail.com/ilb

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    Q: What is the definition of Times and Usage in the application ?
    A: The application wants to answer the simple question of how often and how long you use your BlackBerry. As long as you click on a button or are on a phone call, the application counts that as activity. When the device is idle for the configured time (60 seconds by default, you can change this setting) the count of Times you have used the device is incremented, and the application stops adding to your usage duration from the time you stopped using the device. The applications credits the usage to your Work Hours and Nights and Weekends.
    05-16-09 02:08 PM
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