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Track Detailed Information About Your Device with Internals App

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internals chart

Internals is a new app that builds on the recent success of Antennagate, the app that measures the performance of your BlackBerry antenna. Internals gives the user more device specifics to track and a more in-depth look at the antenna and connection information as well as tracking of battery (charge, voltage, temperature), memory, and storage. Features of the app include:

  • Track Carrier, WiFi antenna signal over time
  • Track Battery Charge, Temperature, Voltage
  • Track Memory Free space & Allocation
  • Track Device and SD Card Storage
  • Customizable refresh interval
  • Customizable display options
  • Screenshots
  • Reports

More information about Internals available in the store.

Antennagate Utility Measures Radio Signal and ‘Death Grip’ Scenarios

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Antennagate utility

Last week we wrote about a signal measuring app from Xtreme Labs that was launched in response to the claims made by Apple that the Bold 9700 and other smartphones have antenna issues. Hayes.mobi has launched its BlackBerry radio monitoring utility called Antennagate, which has some great features to help you get a better picture of your radio’s status. Antennagate produces a chart that refreshes over a specified time interval so you have a visual representation of what is going on with your radio signal.

Features of the Antennagate app include:

  • Track antenna signal over time
  • Carrier antenna signal
  • WiFi antenna signal
  • Customizable refresh interval
  • Customizable display options
  • Screenshots
  • Use to find best reception indoors
  • Use to test “Death Grip”

Check out the Antennagate app by hayes.mobi in our store.

Game Review: Asteroid Blast for BlackBerry by Hayes.Mobi

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Asteroid Blast

Asteroid Blast for BlackBerry is a space survival shooter by hayes.mobi. The game is a clone of Atari’s groundbreaking Asteroids game released in 1979.

The object of the game is to evade and destroy asteroids as well as battle hostile flying saucers. You small triangular ship can propel itself in any direction as well as hyperspace to a random spot on the screen if you should find yourself in a tight spot. After clearing all of the asteroids and flying saucers, a new set of asteroids will appear for you to destroy. Shooting a big asteroid will break it up into smaller pieces, so try not to break up too many big asteroids because it’s difficult to dodge 20 tiny on-screen asteroids.
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