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BlackBerry App World Now Publicly Available


After making a short stop in the BlackBerry Beta Zone, the latest version of BlackBerry App World is now available to the public.

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Wakeful BlackBerry Alarm Twitter Giveaway


Ninja Otter is giving away copies of their amazing Wakeful BlackBerry alarm clock. Wakeful helps you start your day off right by replacing the conventional alarm clock buzzer with a voice that reads out some important daily information including local weather, stock information and the day’s top headlines.

To win, follow the steps below, and you could win your very own copy of the coolest alarm app for BlackBerry.

1) Follow @BlackBerryCool on Twitter
2) Tweet to us telling us why you want a free copy of Wakeful BlackBerry Alarm Clock and include the hashtag #WakeUpBB in the tweet.
3) Tweet as many times as you want!

We’ll be announcing the winners on Friday, June 10th at 12:00pm EST. We’ll let you know via Direct Message on Twitter if you’re a winner, and then Ninja Otter will hook you up with your free app.

Try of Buy Wakeful on BlackBerry App World

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Accomplish the 100 Pushup Challenge with a BlackBerry App


The Pushups app for BlackBerry is a training regiment to help you reach 100 pushups. The app gives you a graph and encouragement to reach 100 pushups in a six week time frame. With only 30 minutes per week, this app is going to help you get more fit and reach triple digit pushups.

One feature that is missing from this app is Twitter integration. Ideally, the app would tweet each time you reach a benchmark of pushups. Also, at $6.99 (currently on sale for $3.99) the app is a little on the pricey side.

More information available about Pushups in our store.

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BlackBerry vs iPhone App Usage: BlackBerry Higher During Workday


The latest report from Localytics suggests that BlackBerry usage is concentrated and higher during the workday, while iPhone app usage peaks around 9PM on weeknights. Localytics took this information from millions of phones in the US and Canada over 2 months.

The stats reveal much of what you would expect, including that iPhone owners use mobile apps more frequently on the weekend where usage is 40% higher than BlackBerry during the same time Monday through Friday. Mobile app usage for iPhone users peaks at 9PM EST during the week.

Blackberry mobile app usage is clearly higher throughout the workday and starts to peak at 7 pm EST, two hours earlier than the iPhone. There is also no statistically significant difference in the usage of BlackBerry apps on the weekend compared to Monday through Friday, unlike the iPhone.

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BlackBerryCool App SuperStore 32GB iPad Giveaway and More


To celebrate the launch of the BlackBerryCool SuperStore, Mobihand and BlackBerryCool are giving away a 32GB WiFi Apple iPad, 5 Blueant V1 Bluetooth Headsets, or one of 25 copies each of BerryBuzz, Druglord Wars, and iBerry. The contest runs from Tuesday, March 30th through Monday, April 5th at 12:00PM CST.

There are two ways to enter the contest:

1 – You can participate directly from the BlackBerryCool SuperStore desktop page. Just visit store.blackberrycool.com/appstore from your desktop, and use the email option on the page.

2 – You can also participate on Twitter. All you have to do is Tweet the following:

@BlackBerryCool celebrates BlackBerry Superstore #storelaunch.Win an iPad+more.Details at http://bit.ly/d6C7pE. RT to enter.

Anyone who ReTweets your post is also entered to win so feel free to spread the love.

On top of this amazing giveaway, we’re also having a sale from now until April 5th, where all software purchases (apps, games and themes) are 20% off, regardless of where you purchase them from. Just use the coupon code “super” at the checkout.

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Xobni preview BlackBerry app which is soon to be available



Here at the BlackBerry Developer Conference we got a sneak peek at the upcoming Xobni app for BlackBerry. The app features a ubiquitous search bar that is seamlessly integrated into your mail, contacts and social networks. The app gives you a great deal of data about each contact including basic contact information as well as updates from that contact’s social networks. The app will also show you possible connections from within these networks.

One of the most impressions features is the way Xobni organizes your contacts across all your email services. The Xobni demo showed how easy it is to take a common name, for which there could be tens of entries, and efficiently move between the Xobni app and your email. Also, for those names which could have multiple entries, Xobni uses a ranking system that means your most interacted with contacts are at the top.

Xobni isn’t currently available but it looks like they are very close to a launch. Stay tuned because this app looks great.

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