Monthly Archive for May, 2010Page 4 of 21

Late Mate Randomizes Your Clock So You’re Never Late


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Late Mate is a funny app that aims to stop you from being late for appointments. The idea is very simple: people who are late generally like to set their clocks a few minutes fast in order to trick themselves into leaving a little bit earlier rather than later. This inevitably doesn’t work because they know their clocks are set ahead and end up leaving later anyways. Late Mate prevents you from doing this by randomizing the clock 0 to 10 minutes fast throughout the day. This way, you never know if your clock is perfectly accurate, or 10 minutes fast, meaning you’re either right on time or a little early.

Late Mate is a simple app that makes you wonder whether 10 minutes is at all important anyways. If you’re so concerned with arriving within 10 minutes of when you said you would be somewhere, than you should probably shouldn’t be playing with the settings on the clock.

What do you think of the concept behind this app?

Check out Late Mate in App World.

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BlackBerry Storm Game ‘Run Stickboy Run!’ with Accelerometer Controls


Run Stickboy Run! may not have any fancy graphics or compelling UI, but it’s simple and fun. The game uses the accelerometer on your Storm to control a stick man who runs back and forth to avoid falling balls. While nicer graphics would go a long way to making this game more fun, it’s not bad considering how bare-bones it is. Also, because it’s so simple, the game is reasonably priced.

More information (not much else to say) about Run Stickboy Run! available in the store.

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Edit Photos and Add Clipart with PhotoClub for BlackBerry


PhotoClub lets you edit your photos on your BlackBerry much like the Japanese photo-booth style Purikura. You can adjust the photo as well as add clipart, effects and custom elements to make them funny. This is a pretty simple app that can be fun if you’re just hanging out with friends.


  • 6 functions to deal with your photo, you can use one of them or some of them in one time
  • You can add own custom cliparts or frame
  • Easy to use, speedy in operation
  • Premium & Free link inside to enjoy more than just one art designing from MMMOOO

PhotoClub is available on a free trial with more information available in our store.

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Gizmo Theme by Elecite With Rack System Application Access


Gizmo is a newish theme from Elecite that has their trademark futuristic look and feel, and helps you get your most used applications up-front-and-center for convenient use. The Gizmo theme organizes your applications in a rack system with each icon spaced in a slot that can be rearranged based on priority. Also, Gizmo has a customizable icon dock at the bottom with 4 customizable icons and a dedicated clock spot. This theme is also wallpaper friendly with a trigger underneath the time that closes the rack and allows for an unobstructed view of the glory you’ve downloaded to your device.

More information about the Gizmo theme available from Elecite.

Also, for all you Elecite fans, be sure to check out their Storm 3 mock up. It’s “out there” and sort of unbelievable that RIM would go with a crystal, almost concept-phone style design.

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Pixelated and Pixelated Plus Now Available for the Pearl 3G


Pixelated is a simple puzzle game that involves changing pixel colors in order to create a single solid color on the screen. The ultimate goal of the game is to clear the screen in as few moves as possible. Pixelated also features a cool achievement system, that encourages you to get perfect scores on every level.

Pixelated and Pixelated Plus have both been upgraded to version 2.1 adding support for the new BlackBerry Pearl 9100 and 9105. This version also adds an internal link for email support, as well as a few bugfixes.

Check out Pixelated (free) and Pixelated Plus in App World.

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Will Rogers’ Handset Protection Guarantee Program Blend?


A little while ago Rogers announced its Handset Guarantee Program. Today, the program has officially launched and Rogers got Tom Dickson of BlendTec’s “Will it Blend?” to introduce the new service.

We have all had a lost or stolen device at some point and this new program will allow users to get a speedy repair or replacement if the device is within the manufacturer’s warranty period. Alternatively if your device is out of the warranty period by time or broken, Rogers can assess the problem and provide a quote for repair (to be completed in 10 days with a courtesy phone). The aim of the program is to have a new device ready for pickup in 3-5 business days or less. You can also choose a replacement device in exchange for another 12 months on contract.

More information available from the Rogers RedBoard blog or

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