We believe that our service is of great value to the global public, and that they deserve quality support
Amherst, MA (PRWEB) September 1, 2008
Dexrex released the new version of their Blackberry message archive application now available with full international carrier support. The free application, first released to the public in June 2008, gives Blackberry users the ability to instantly archive their SMS (text) messages online and view them later from any web-enabled device.
Adding international carrier support was a direct response to public request for worldwide availability; consumers with international phone service are now able to use the application. Along with full international carrier support, Dexrex has added more functionality, user interface upgrades, and has included the ability for users to set up their accounts direct from the phone. Available for free download at http://www.dexrex.com, account holders can access additional features including forwarding, contact management, analytics, and deletion.
"We believe that our service is of great value to the global public, and that they deserve quality support," said Derek Lyman, CEO and Co-Founder of Dexrex LLC. "Our goal was to hit a higher standard, creating a robust application worthy of the user. I believe we have done just that."
Dexrex is an information technology company that provides consumer and business textual data management services for instant message (IM) networks and mobile text (SMS) messages. The company began in 2005 as a student project at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Founders Richard Tortora and Derek Lyman had a passion for improving IM, and helping people to better understand their online interactions. The company's goal is to organize textual communication and make all text portable. For more information visit http://www.dexrex.com.