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PodTrapper, the Blackberry Podcast Manager, Gets a Facelift
Version 2.0 Expands PodTrapper's Intelligent Downloading and Playback with a Slick New Interface and Even More Features
DENVER - April 13, 2009 - VersatileMonkey.com released version 2.0 of PodTrapper, a podcast download manager and player for BlackBerry smartphones. Version 2.0 continues to expand PodTrapper's features and usability with a totally new user interface and comprehensive built-in help.
"Past versions of PodTrapper focused exclusively on creating the most feature rich podcast application possible," said Marcus Watkins, developer. "2.0 continues that trend, but also brings the user interface up to the same level."
As the premier podcatcher for BlackBerry, PodTrapper opens up the world of podcasts to any media card enabled BlackBerry device. Users can download episodes over the cellular network, WiFi, or even through their PC. Automated intelligent downloading ensures that podcasts are only downloaded when the user wants, and only using the mechanisms the user allows.
Automatic management of users' episodes ensures that more time can be spent listening to their media and not managing it. A built in playlist manager allows users to set their preferences so that PodTrapper can prioritize playback as episodes become available.
PodTrapper plays and bookmarks any media on a user's device, remembering where it left off in every file.
Pricing and Availability
PodTrapper is available free for 30 days from VersatileMonkey.com and other major BlackBerry application retailers. After the 30 day trial it retails for $9.99.
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