RIM debuts BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing app


Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) launched BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing, a free application designed to simplify the group conferencing process. BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing integrates with the device Calendar application to make it easy to schedule, join and rejoin conferences--features include One Click Join, which generates a pop-up meeting reminder complete with phone number and conference code information, as well as Reconnecting, which efficiently loops users back into the conversation in the event the call is dropped. BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing also enables conference hosts to store and share dial-in codes and save reservationless or recurring conference information.

BlackBerry devices currently represent 28.9 percent of all smartphones across the U.S., according to comScore data issued earlier this month. Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android now leads BlackBerry with 33.0 percent market share, although RIM remains ahead of Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS at 25.2 percent.

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