Use tiggit mail to access all your internet email accounts on your personal or corporate Blackberry, without needing to pay costly BlackBerry tariffs.

  • Avoid high BlackBerry tariffs and sign up for a data package only
  • Manage numerous accounts, keep each separate and decide which folders to download
  • Enjoy HTML email properly displayed, with all images downloaded on demand
  • Store your email on the internal SD Media Card increasing mail storage space and flexibility
  • Download attachments from your internet mail and store them on your handheld. Documents To Go users can immediately view power point, excel and word files.
  • Create messages with attachments from your handheld - take a picture with your BlackBerry camera and email it right away from your internet mail
  • access your email from WiFi networks, avoiding mobile network charges and enjoying higher performance
  • Add personal mails to your work BlackBerry - keep them private and maintain the corporate environment
tiggit mail is an IMAP, POP3 and SMTP client for BlackBerry. It allows access to major internet and email service providers such as AOL, Google Mail, and Yahoo! mail. tiggit mail is suitable for most BlackBerry handhelds, and works on both corporate and personal devices.
Here are some ways people use tiggit mail to make the best use of their time

Dani is a corporate lawyer with a major Wall Street firm who is also very active with community projects. Dani can't give her corporate email to the wider community, but would like to manage these projects on her BlackBerry to make best use of her commuting time.

Dani uses tiggit mail on her corporate BlackBerry to receive her Google Mail. this allows her to benefit her community by staying in touch with local projects during the day.

Steve works abroad and is aware of the roaming costs, but needs to have his email delivered to his BlackBerry wherever he is. Steve has a local SIM card which he puts in his BlackBerry to make phone calls and would liek to use this to receive his email.

With tiggit mail Steve is able to work abroad and still collect all his work and hom email on his BlackBerry whilst only paying local data charges.

Amit is nuturing a small business, and needs to keep in touch while he is at the office. He wants to use his office BlackBerry to discretely receive email from his new company's email server.

Amit uses tiggit mail on his corporate BlackBerry to receive email from his private IMAP server, without receiving it on his work email service.

Stefan is a graduate student and likes his BlackBerry Perl as a mobile phone, but does not want to pay the monthly charge to receive email. His is disappointed that he can't use it for email without committing to a large monthly subscription.

Stefan uses tiggit mail to collect his email from his school email server using IMAP, and only pays for a data package from his service provider.

Here are some of the things people are saying about tiggit mail
tiggit mail stopped my BlackBerry BOLD being dumped in the drink - Jared, Fire Chief.
I am such a fan of tiggit mail - Amy, International Traveller
tiggit's tunneling capabilities allow me to use my personal email accounts (both POP and IMAP) on my "locked down" corporate Blackberry 8800. It is better because the Blackberry mail notifications function normally and the inboxes and navigation are superior to webmail.- Handango reviewer
Tiggit's support was helpful and patient while I worked through it on my side - Handango reviewer
tiggit has been a tremendous help. - Philip, USA
Very impressed with the application, i used to have a personal BlackBerry and have moved to a corporate one, now tiggit provides access to my email. In fact it works better than the old BlackBerry. - Chris, UK.
You can try tiggit mail today, free of charge, for seven days. Click here to download now.



BlackBerry is a registered trademark of Research In Motion Inc. This website is intended to provide guidance as to the general features and capabilities of tiggit mail. Users should take advantage of the free trial period to fully evaluate the software and confirm that it meets all requirements. Certain features mentioned on this website may not work on all models. The information on this website relates to version 1.1 of tiggit mail