Aerize WiFiX v2.0 Now Available

posted by Justin Lisenby at on Feb 22, 2013 | Comments


Aerize WiFiX v2.0.0 has been released for BlackBerry 7.1, 7.0, 6.0, 5.0 and 4.5. Force apps to use WiFi and other network connectivity, like magic. Utilize BlackBerry networking’s full potential with Aerize WiFiX. Available now at a very low introductory price or $2.50. At 50% off SRP, this price will not last, so hurry up and get your copy now!

—– Notable Features —–

  • Route cellular network connections over WiFi.
  • Route WiFi connections over various cellular networks.
  • Route WAP connections to and from TCP, BIS, and BES connections.

Check out the Press Release for all the details of this amazing program past the break.

 —– Press Release —–

Using Aerize WiFiX, advanced users can enable network connectivity on devices without access to a BlackBerry Data plan or enable wifi connectivity for applications that do not support the wifi connection. With the new release, Aerize has provided instruction to easily determine an unsupported application’s network settings so the new products can easily be supported.

Network routes have been separated from connection triggers to allow greater control, while simplifying the configuration process greatly. It is very easy to create new routes to assign to network connection triggers. Adding focus to network routes with the new release creates a much easier an more powerful product.

Aerize has a history of creating amazing software for BlackBerry that uses very little memory, this new version is no different. This version clocks in under the 100K mark, offering no advertisements or other needless bloat that slows down the device and robs you of precious processing power. Aerize WiFiX works very fast and keeps your BlackBerry running smoothly.

Now you can use the most popular applications over wifi including: Berryweather, Beyond411, BlackBerry Maps, Bloomberg,Dictionary.com, Facebook, Flixster, Freerange, Garmin Mobile, GMail, Google Maps, Google Mobile App, IM+ Lite, MSN, MySpace, OpenBeak, Opera Mini, Pocket Express, Poynt, Sports Illustrated, TiggitMail, TuneWiki, Ubertwitter, Viigo, WeatherEye, WhatsApp, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo! Go, and Yelp.


Justin Lisenby
Justin Lisenby started out writing for TheBerryFix back in 2009. He was already an avid BlackBerry fan and his knowledge only grew as he started writing for the site. He moved up quickly in both BlackBerry knowledge and editorial prowess, and quickly moved up to Senior Editor. In 2012, Justin was elevated to Editor-In-Chief of TheBerryFix and he now runs the operations, while still writing and editing for the site.
Justin Lisenby
Justin Lisenby
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