There's seemingly an infinite number of software applications available for your BlackBerry--many of which are free--but unfortunately there's only so much storage space in your smartphone's internal memory, and by default Research In Motion (RIM), the BlackBerry maker, blocks the ability to store such apps on microSD media cards.
Fear not, CrackBerry addicts, we can help. A few months back, we assembled a quick list of tips on how to free up BlackBerry memory, and if you decide to try even a couple of them your smartphone's sure to benefit
But just in case you prefer video tutorials, we're posting this clip, as well. The video was made by mobile software company Zumobi to help users optimize BlackBerry memory and, in the process, improve the performance of its Zumobi for BlackBerry app. Though seven out of the ten tips Zumobi provides were already included in our BlackBerry memory tips, the three we decided to leave out could be very helpful to beginners or less-advanced BlackBerry users.
So take a peek at the clip--it's just over five minutes long--and let us know what you think. Also, be sure to check out our BlackBerry memory tips if you haven't already. There's one advanced trick in there that's particularly helpful, and you won't find it mentioned in Zumobi's video.
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