In appreciation for BlackBerry users’ loyalty through the recent service outages, RIM has rolled out the second of its free premium apps that will continue to be released over the next month and remain free of charge until the end of 2011.
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Magmic has announced the release of The New York Times Crosswords for BlackBerry Playbook. This new tablet edition give users access to the same daily crossword puzzles featured in The New York Times print edition but with an elegant tablet user interface.
Teaming up with the launch of the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330, Verizon Wireless is now offering $10/month social data plan.
Active Network has announced the launching of the ITU Telecom World 2011 Conference mobile app.
The International Telecommunications Union is the United Nations’ specialized agency for telecommunications. The Telecom World conference draws industry leaders as well as regulators from around to world to its yearly event.
Twitter for BlackBerry has been updated and can be found in the BlackBerry Beta Zone. The update boasts up to 5 multiple Twitter accounts, which is something that the 1st party client has delayed adding as a feature.
Thrutu is a phonecall enhancement service that allows callers to share files, share media and play games while engaged in a voice call. The service boasts 300000 users on iOS and Android and has added the BlackBerry OS to their cross platform communications app.