Unsubscribe.com Launches Mobile App at
Unsubscribe.com’s BlackBerry App is an Industry First
BlackBerry World 2011
May 03, 2011 10:42 AM Eastern Daylight Time
LOS ANGELES & ORLANDO, Fla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Unsubscribe.com, the online service that
stops unwanted email at its source, today announced the launch of their app for BlackBerry, bringing the total
number of supported platforms to 21. The application brings the powerful Unsubscribe.com button to BlackBerry’s
mobile platform, where users can now begin to safely eliminate unwanted email directly through their handheld
device. Unwanted commercial email, also known as Bacon, has now reached over 50% of the average inbox. There
were over 10 trillion Bacon messages sent in 2010, which is expected to double over the next few years.
Once installed, an Unsubscribe.com option will appear in the BlackBerry email menu below the delete option. When
Unsubscribe.com is selected for an unwanted email from either the main inbox or individual message view, a screen
will appear that informs the user they are “Unsubscribing,” while the Unsubscribe.com App deletes the email and
unsubscribes the user’s email address from the mailing list that generated the unwanted email. For further productivity
and traveling convenience, BlackBerry users can Unsubscribe.com even while their BlackBerry is offline, or not in a
“Unsubscribe.com is extremely excited to launch our first mobile app,” said Co-Founder and CEO of
Unsubscribe.com, James Siminoff, “BlackBerry is the phone for people serious about mobile email and our service
fits perfectly with that user base.”
Unsubscribe.com officially launches the app at the 2011 BlackBerry Conference on May 3-5 in Orlando, Florida.
To download Unsubscribe.com’s app, go to www.unsubscribe.com/bbapp.
Unsubscribe.com launched in September 2010 with a mission to stop unwanted email at its source. Unlike the
original spam and delete buttons, Unsubscribe.com helps users permanently delete Spam 2.0, a growing epidemic
from the return on investment of email marketing newsletters. Unsubscribe.com integrates with Gmail, Hotmail,
Yahoo, Apple Mail, Thunderbird and Outlook email accounts by adding a simple Unsubscribe.com button to the
browser for quick and seamless unsubscribing. To get Unsubscribe.com, go to www.unsubscribe.com and sign up.
David Gerzof Richard, 617-713-3800
Lauren Mosenthal, 617-713-3800