MAKE by qbotron is an unofficial Starbucks app for BlackBerry 10 that brings a lot of the features of the Starbucks App to BlackBerry users. This app is made by Starbucks enthusiasts, for Starbucks enthusiasts and handles all of your Starbucks card programs whether it be the regular cashless Starbucks card, the Gold card, or a gift certificate. Continue reading ‘MAKE: The 3rd Party Starbucks App for BlackBerry 10′
Starting this month, BlackBerry 10 is the mobile platform of choice for Canadian Tire Employees. The nationwide deployment will bring thousands of devices to managers across all Canadian Tire stores as well as a group of sports stores: Sport Chek, Sports Expers, National Sports and Atmosphere.
Continue reading ‘Canadian Tire Retail Chain Adopts BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 Company Wide’
There are a lot of companies trying to make mobile marketing take off. The problems surrounding mobile marketing are numerous and iSign has taken it upon itself to create a system that works.
Continue reading ‘iSIGN’s Mobile Proximity Marketing Shows Deals Without Compromising Client Privacy’
ThinPrint has launched a new service called .print Printing Essentials that allows secure printing with user authentication through a BlackBerry and QR Barcodes. Features of the service include:
- ThinPrint ensures that only an authorized user can collect the print job
- Users identify themselves at the printer via scanning the QR barcode on their BlackBerry
- Print jobs are safely stored on the server until the user decides to pick up the print job at any printer
- The solution is secure and reduces paper and toner use
The ScanLife barcode app by Scanbuy is a reliable barcode scanner that many users have been using especially since BBM has stopped being able to scan barcodes for many recently. Perhaps it’s a bug in BBM or RIM has canceled the functionality in order to leave it up to third party developers. Either way, ScanLife is a decent alternative that has been updated to include digital coupons on every day products, prices and availability from local stores and detailed nutrition information from thousands of food products.
Continue reading ‘ScanLife Barcode App Updated with Coupons, Pricing and Nutrition Information’
Sccope is a new price comparison and barcode-scanning app that’s available in App World. The app lets consumers compare prices at some of the larger retailers including Best Buy, Walmart and Amazon. The app works by getting the user to enter the name of a product in the search field, browse through the shopping categories or take a photo of the barcode of the product in hand to check the price against Sccope’s 10 million different price points. With a set of participating retailers, you can then navigate to the shopping pages to purchase the product. Users can also make a wish list, track prices and inventory through alerts and receive special offers.