Earlier this month we mentioned that the Hypoxia media player would soon be available and mblware has let us know that it’s live in the store. Hypoxia allows you to stream media to and from devices on your home WiFi network. All you have to do is browse the networked media servers (eg TVersity or Windows Media Player) through Hypoxia, and select what you want to watch or listen to. Another cool feature is the ability to share what you’re watching or listening to over Twitter.
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MBLware has announced a cool streaming media app for BlackBerry called Hypoxia. The app isn’t yet released but the team has sent along some preview videos to check out in the meantime. Hypoxia allows you to stream media to and from devices on your home network. All you have to do is browse the networked media servers (eg TVersity or Windows Media Player) through Hypoxia, and select what you want to watch or listen to.
We’ll keep you updated on this app’s progress and check out the videos after the jump to see what’s coming.
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Mblware let us know that they’ve updated mblVault to version 2.0, and the latest version includes a vault that encrypts all photos taken within the application. These pictures will never show up in the public media folders on the phone, and can only be viewed once logged into the application. The upgrade to the application costs $0.99 and the app is available in our store.
Other updates to the application include:
- Auto-Close: mblVault will now close itself when the backlight goes out.
- Progress Bars: See the progress of encryption, no more waiting and wondering.
- File Properties: Easily view file sizes and details.
- Renaming: Support to rename files and directories.
- Many enhancements, and improvements to overall application.
MBLware have released a major update to their BlackBook app. BlackBook is just what you think it is: a hidden contact list on your BlackBerry that keeps certain communications private. By typing in a custom key combination, users can access their private BlackBook, and even if your BlackBerry is compromised, certain communications remain hidden.
New Features include:
MBLware let use know that a free trial version of ContactOrder has been launched that limits you to just 2 custom sorted contacts. ContactOrder is for anyone who has just a few select contacts that you talk to all the time. ContactOrder lets you sort your Address Book so these contacts are available asap.
Mblware, the guys behind BlackBook, mblVault, facerate and ShakeItUp, are discounting all of their software 30-40% off for the month of January.
Here are some of the deals:
BlackBook ($2.99) – Hide contacts, calls, and messages on your phone.
mblVault ($2.99) – Encrypt, Hide, and Secure sensitive files, pics, videos, etc.
ContactOrder ($1.99) – Re-Sort your contacts in any order you like.
ShakeItUp ($2.49) – Shake your Storm to run email, sms, music, and more. Skip songs by shaking too.
faceRate ($1.99) – Take a pic, and find out how scientifically beautiful you are.
mblStats ($1.99) – An all in one stats tracker.