The Top 10 BlackBerry apps for summer travel

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@ASacco put up a piece yesterday highlighting his 10 favorite apps for summer travel. The list is a nice roundup of some of the software you’ll need to stay organized, entertained and generally have a great summer.

Pandora for BlackBerry – Free

Pandora is a free streaming radio app for BlackBerry that lets you create stations based on artists, songs or composers of your choice. The app will learn from your tastes and offer suggestions you’re sure to like.

TeleNav Navigator – Free 30 day trial

TelevNav is a great solution for those looking to use their GPS-enabled BlackBerry for driving navigation.

Viigo – Free

Viigo is the ultimate content aggregator. With new modules being added constantly, Viigo maximizes the power of RSS to bring everything into one place. News, weather, audio streaming, social networks etc. can all be found in one place.

TweetGenius – Currently unavailable [BlackBerry Cool recommends TwitterBerry - Free]

TwitterBerry is a great free Twitter app for BlackBerry that has a clean UI and all the functionality your average Twitter user needs.

Movies by Flixster – Free on App World

Movies by Flixster gives you access to all your movie needs. Get info about current films, show times, reviews, cast and run-time info, upcoming attractions, new DVD releases and more.

Movela: Netflix Queue Manager – $2.99 on App World

Are you a big Netflix user? Movela helps you organize your account so you can have all your favorite movies ready for you when vacation time starts. Movela even gives recommendations for movies you might like.

WorldMate Live – $99.95 yearly subscription

WorldMate Live is a great way to stay organized while you travel. The app organizes and stores itineraries, including flight and airline info, hotel reservations, car rentals, meeting locales and much more.

Poynt – Free

Poynt is one of the best LBS apps available for BlackBerry. The app gives you access to a white pages search, movie theater listings and ticket purchasing, businesses and the app will soon come with a restaurant finder powered by Open Table.

Shazam – Free in App World

Shazam will help you figure out what music you’re listening to with an innovative “tag” system. Play the song from your computer, stereo etc. and Shazam will tell you what you’re listening to and how to buy it.

Ka-Glom – Free in App World

If you like the “connect four” style games, you’ll love Ka-Glom. It’s sort of like Tetris gone crazy. Try it out and you will surely be addicted!

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  • http://twitter.com/DamianGrounds/statuses/2916201548 DamianGrounds (Damian Grounds)

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  • http://twitter.com/Nadav_WorldMate/statuses/2916221378 Nadav_WorldMate (Nadav Gur)

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  • http://raystravelreport.blogspot.com/ Ray’s Travel Guide

    thank you for the information

  • http://raystravelreport.blogspot.com/ Ray’s Travel Guide

    thank you for the information

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  • Gabriel

    C’mon guys, i love ur site, why would u recommend Twitterberry? because it’s free? recommend Ubertwitter for this case, Dont know SocialScope because everybody says it’s awesome but only 100 in the world have the app and worst they freak out with the leaked version. SocialScope and SkyFire for me are just a bunch of tiny developers that are scared of real testing in the world..

  • http://@gabrimen Gabriel

    C’mon guys, i love ur site, why would u recommend Twitterberry? because it’s free? recommend Ubertwitter for this case, Dont know SocialScope because everybody says it’s awesome but only 100 in the world have the app and worst they freak out with the leaked version. SocialScope and SkyFire for me are just a bunch of tiny developers that are scared of real testing in the world..