Let’s go through the process. You find your USB cord. You plug it into your computer. You connect it to your BlackBerry. You wait for Desktop Manager to boot up. You move files. You eject the disk. You disconnect the cord. No, it’s not really a complex process, but by now we should have come up with a better way, right? That’s what we’re talking about today. I’ve become a big fan of wireless transfers lately, and I want to start using that method for my BlackBerry. Unfortunately, I’m without WiFi. If your BlackBerry does have WiFi, you can set it up to transfer files wirelessly with your computer. The app Wifi File Transfer could work more simply. You just need to have the app installed on your WiFi-capable BlackBerry. Then you can use your PC or Mac over a WiFi network connection to move files between the two sources. Once you have all this set up, run the app on your BlackBerry. It will spit out an IP address that you then type into your internet browser (it doesn’t appear that Chrome is supported, but give it a try). Then you can start moving files. This works particularly well for last-minute transfers. If you’re about to run out the door but want a certain album to listen to during your commute, or if you’re about to leave the office and want a video to watch on the way home, you can make a quick transfer with this app. Faster, for sure, than connecting with the wire and running Desktop Manager. There do appear to be a few issues with this app. While the Bold 9650 does have WiFi, this app appears to have some problems working with it. Also, the Storm2 requires OS 220.127.116.113, and the Curves 8520 and 8530 require OS 4.6, rather than 5.0 (which I’m sure, at this point, everyone has). So the number of devices that can use this app is limited. But those that are eligible should give it a look. Right now the app is half off. You can get Wifi File Transfer for $4.99.