Tag: matthias Marquardt

FileScout File Manager for BlackBerry Turns 3 Years Old With Update and Discount

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FileScout is a great app that we’ve written about several times on BlackBerryCool. Matthias, the dev behind the app, wrote to us because the app has recently hit its 3rd birthday and a new version is available. It’s a beautiful thing to see your app turn 3, and not many developers out there can say that these days. Hit the jump for a few words from Matthias about the app’s birthday and details on the app’s most recent update.
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Automatically Checkin to Foursquare and Facebook With LittleBrother by Emacberry

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One of the problems with checking in is checkin fatigue. The fact that these social networks require you to manually enter your location makes them pretty tedious considering there is often little to no reward. LittleBrother, a location-based service application by emacberry, has recently been updated and allows you to set locations to automatically checkin via foursquare and facebook when you enter these locations. It’s an awesome feature that companies like foursquare would do well to implement themselves.
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TOMPlayer Media App Remembers Playlist and Song Positions

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We recently heard from Emacberry founder, Matthias, who told us that while his BlackBerry media player was decent, it lacked some crucial functionality for his listening needs. In particular, when a playlist is loaded, one would expect that the app will remember the last position in the playlist, as well as the track. So he decided to create TOMPlayer, a media app that has this functionality. Click through for the full description and download links.
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Add Shortcuts to Your Homescreen and Global Menu With Freemium Iconify

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Iconify lets you create quick links to contacts, emails and more on your homescreen so they can be accessed right away. The app also gives you the ability to assign a user-defined hotkey to an Iconify link to make the launch process even faster. Recently, the app has gone freemium and there’s plenty of functionality for free. More after the jump.
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FileScout on Sale for 50% Off for the First 100 Readers

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Rush rush to the dealios! FileScout let us know that the first 100 to use the coupon code FSSALE1010 will get 50% off FileScout. Not too shabby.

Use the coupon code at this store link.