BlackBerry to iPhone switchers can now sync contacts, calendars, text messages, email messages and more with BerryMover, a new app.

The need for this app seems huge. In a 2011 United Sample survey, over 66% of Verizon-based BlackBerry users said they would switch to an iPhone when it became available.

“Until BerryMover, when these folks moved to the iPhone they left a good chunk of their data on their BlackBerry,” says Tim Goggin, co-owner Of PocketMac. “But that’s no longer a problem with BerryMover. Now, all you need is a recent BlackBerry backup, iTunes and BerryMover. And you’re all set to transfer all of your data.”

BerryMover works by reading backup files. It then gives the user the option of choosing which data they want to import.

Every copy of BerryMover comes with a complete video tutorial on how to import BlackBerry data to your iPhone. The app also includes the ability to import data from more than one backup file. This means that you can pull data from several backup files. 

BerryMover is available now on the Apple App Store for US$9.99. More info can be found at .