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Twitter for BlackBerry 10 Now Supports Multiple Accounts and More

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Twitter for BlackBerry is a pretty crucial app and the experience has been somewhat lackluster. Blaq has definitely been the go-to app for those who are serious about Twitter. With the latest update to the official Twitter app for BlackBerry, it seems serious Twitter users might be a little more attracted to the native app. Continue reading for all the updates.
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Blaq Now Available for BlackBerry 10 Devices With Multiple Account Support and More

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I’ve almost completely stopped using Twitter since the BlackBerry 10 official app is so bad. That’s why when Blaq, a very popular Twitter app for PlayBook, announced it was available for the Z10/Q10 devices, it was such a breath of fresh air. The app has all the features you expect of a solid Twitter client, including multiple account support, Active Frame support, and a muting system.
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Kisai Labs launches Cloudee for BlackBerry Playbook

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Kisai Labs, makers of the popular Blaq twitter client for Playbook has announced another great app for sharing files between tablet and desktop. Cloudee is a could-based storage app for text notes, screenshots, bookmarks, images, audio, video and files.
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Blaq Twitter Client for PlayBook Updated to Version 1.7 With Portrait Mode, TweetMarker and More

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Blaq is an awesome Twitter client for the PlayBook that has all the features a Twitter power user needs to tweet from your tablet. With multiple-account support, various ways to tweet, URL shortening and more, Blaq is gives you an awesome Twitter experience for the PlayBook. With the latest update, Blaq brings some great new features including Portrait Mode (a fun way to read your tweets), auto-correct and spellcheck, LED notifications and more. We recommend Blaq to all Twitter users, both casual and professional.
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Blaq Twitter Client for the PlayBook Updated with Lots of Features and Fixes

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One of the best things about a tablet is simply reading. The form factor is perfect for reading eBooks, keeping up with the news or scrolling through a Twitter timeline. One of our favorite Twitter clients for the PlayBook is Blaq and the app has recently been updated with a host of features and fixes. One of the best features is being able to manage multiple accounts. The app costs $1.99 but the update is free.

Grab a copy of Blaq from App World at this link. You can also hit the jump and read more about the specific features.
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5 Must-Have Applications for Your BlackBerry PlayBook

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The PlayBook is coming along nicely. Lately, we’ve seen an upgrade to the Facebook application, as well as support for in-app purchases and charging improvements. The major updates that the general public are waiting for, such as local PIM applications, should be coming sometime this summer, and we think it’s really going to improve the overall PlayBook experience. As cool as the Bridge idea is, it’s sort of a pain to constantly connect your BlackBerry, and the Bridge Browser is pretty shoddy. For those of you who have a PlayBook, here are some apps we think you must have on your tablet (in no particular order):

1. Blaq – If you’re looking for a solid Twitter client for the PlayBook, we recommend Blaq. The app is a fun tablet experience because it’s a full featured Twitter client that takes advantage of the larger screen. Instead of having to click links and head to the browser, you can preview link content from within the Blaq application. Blaq also comes at a more than reasonable price of $1.99. Grab your copy of Blaq from App World.

2. GeeReader – While the BlackBerry News app is a great app, the fact that it doesn’t come with Google Reader sync makes it a dead-in-the-water product. Avid online readers have spent years cultivating their Google Reader feeds and it’s great to see a free app that syncs with your Reader account. The GeeReader app is fast, easy to setup, and will import hundreds of feeds nearly instantly. Grab GeeReader for FREE in App World.
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