The 3rd of December is BerryBlow’s second birthday and to celebrate, they’re running a 25% sale on all their apps. To take advantage of this deal, use the coupon code “berryblow2y” to buy any of the apps until December 3rd. Happy birthday!
Monthly Archive for November, 2010
According to RIM’s social media team, BlackBerry App World has recently surpassed 15,000 apps. But is this number really indicative of the number of true “applications” that are in App World? Lets take a look at how the numbers break down:
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BlackBerry App World caches data on your device which will result in your App World not displaying the most recent content. In order to check something like the latest apps in the featured carousel, you’ll have to clear the cache. RIM has published an article in their knowledge base explaining how to clear the cache and it’s complicated. It’s the smartphone equivalent of the Konami Code.
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Antair make some quality apps for BlackBerry including a spam filter, call screener and an auto-responder (great for support emails). Their latest app is DelayedSend that allows you to create an email and delay its sending or schedule it for a particular time. The app integrates into your email application making it easy to delay emails sent.
SHAPE services currently has a really awesome app that they’re beta testing and looking for your feedback on. The app is called Photo Translator and it lets you take a picture of any text in a variety of languages, and the translation will appear on your device. This is a really helpful tool for anyone who travels a lot, as you could use it in airports, train or bus stations, restaurants etc. With the community’s help, SHAPE could make a really effective mobile translator.
To download the beta app for free, head over to the app’s landing page at this link.
The AT&T BlackBerry Torch is apparently selling really well and despite rumors that launch day wasn’t too successful, AT&T is putting a lot of marketing dollars behind the device. This is pretty typical with BlackBerry sales as we don’t see a huge launch day but rather steady sales as customers upgrade and renew their plans. The latest marketing initiative from AT&T is a Facebook app that lets you print out a sheet that is recognized by a web cam, and provides you with a 3D augmented reality view of the device. You can even view the Torch in different colors.