Tag: blackberry music

Electric Pocket Releases Affordable Ringtone Remix App


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Electric Pocket has released a ringtone remix app that lets you make your own ringtones. The app lets you select music from your own music collection, create a ringtone, and then you can select particular contacts to use with your new ringtone. Features of the app include:
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Nobex Radio Companion Now Features YouTube Videos



Nobex Radio Companion has recently added a new feature that lets you watch YouTube videos of your favorite songs. While listening to a song, all you have to do is select the YouTube feature from the menu and you’ll be taken to a YouTube for that song. Nobex also has other cool features such as:

  • Works on ALL BlackBerry Smartphones
  • Over 6800 playable stations from more than 100 countries around the world
  • “Sleep Timer” feature allows you to decide for how long you will listen to the radio – anywhere from 15 min to 2 hours.
  • Post your favorite song or station directly to your Facebook wall with a click of a button.
  • Playlist information for 2700+ stations
  • Purchase songs with a single click
  • Get an email with links to buy the song on your PC
  • Hear song snippets

Check out Nobex in the store.

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Myxer Launches Music App for BlackBerry


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Myxer has launched a music app for BlackBerry that claims a catalog of more than 2 million MP3s. The app joins a long list of music apps for BlackBerry such as Pandora, Slacker Radio, Thumbplay Music, Music WithMe, etc. With so many music apps out there, guys like Myxer and Thumbplay need to offer more than just an MP3 database. The best music apps build an experience around your music. Slacker Radio gives you a cool radio-style way of discovering music and Pandora tries to learn what you like with a Genius-style algorithm. Users want cool new ways of discovering music and not just another database of relatively expensive music.

Then again, if you’re a long-time Myxer user, you’ll probably appreciate getting access to music natively from your BlackBerry. Check out the BlackBerry App here.

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BlackBerry Becomes Self-Aware: Releases Music Store


Research in Motion just released the first self-aware BlackBerry smartphone (AI phone). It’s an incredible move in the smartphone industry that nobody saw coming.

While the public waited fearfully, thinking the first artificially intelligent smartphone would recognize the value in enslaving humanity, it instead chose the route of launching a music store. You can now purchase MP3s directly from your BlackBerry. Resistance is futile.

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7Digital Now Features Last.fm Integration



7Digital have announced that their app is now fully integrated with Last.fm. Users can now link their Last.fm account to 7digital’s BlackBerry App, allowing them to scrobble played tracks from their mobile. The ‘Now Playing’ status is also updated on a user’s Last.fm profile. Also part of the news, 7Digital is now available in the Netherlands and across 15 new European countries.

Other and more specific updates include:

  • Enhanced 7digital store artist search
  • Support for the BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone
  • Netherlands store support and localisation with local artist tracks and albums
  • Additional country access for 15 European countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia.
  • Media card encryption support.
  • Improved My Locker refresh performance.
  • Download greater volumes of data through improved carrier network support.

Download the app at 7digital.com/bb and find out more.

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Slacker Version 3.0 Comes With Cached Station Sync OTA



Slacker are working on version 3.0 of their awesome streaming music app and Jessica at CNET got a preview of what we can expect. Version 3.0 will give users the ability to sync cached songs OTA, with a data or WiFi connection. Apparently the syncing process is a little slow unless you’re using WiFi but the feature is still a much wanted addition. The sync feature will only be available to Slacker Radio Plus members, which will run your about $4 per month. Expect Slacker 3.0 to hit App World in a few weeks.

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