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September 16, 2010

Qwell: A New Blackberry App to Prevent Untimely Calls

By Nathesh, TMCnet Contributor

Qwell Technologies, a mobile app developer, claims that its new Blackberry service app will help users prevent untimely calls if they don’t want to be reached -- unless it is an urgent matter.

The app gives mobile users the freedom to disconnect from the wireless world, with the peace of mind that they will not miss an urgent matter.

From children to CEOs, the mobile phone has added tremendous value to the user. Families with the new app will get to spend more quality time without constant disruptions. Qwell will help users manage their time more efficiently so that they can focus on their work or studies – or get back control of personal time.

Qwell is a Do Not Disturb service that lets the users to silence calls while not missing the important ones. The service is initiated by pressing a single button, and users don’t need to create “Allow and Don’t Allow” lists that limit their connectivity to numbers that are predetermined. A Qwell call log keeps track of all call activity while the user is in “Qwell Mode” so that user can see Missed Calls and Voicemail at a glance.

In a release co-founder of Qwell Technologies Rene Elizondo said the solution solves The Wireless Paradox problems. The user has the ability to silence their phone while still remaining reachable for urgent calls. It is as simple to use as a “Do Not Disturb” sign on a hotel door.

Co-founder of Qwell Technologies Dave Garden added that their research shows that many users want their privacy but are unwilling to take the time to create “Do and Don’t” lists to manage their contacts. Qwell has made it so simple that the users don’t have to do any work. It's just an On/Off button that lets Qwell do all the work for the user.

Qwell features an Email Delivery System for Voicemail and also lets users conveniently listen to their voicemail right from their computer or iPad. This feature helps in the case of a lost, dead or stolen phone. The Email Delivery System for Voicemail is very useful for organizing and forwarding the users voicemail.

Nathesh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Nathesh's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Patrick Barnard

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