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Top 10 BlackBerry ringtones vs Top 10 chart topping mp3’s



BlackBerry Cool has a ringtone page you might have already checked out: BlackBerryCool.com/Ringtones. The store is powered by Thumbplay and it shows you the current Top 10 ringtones on their network. I like the Thumbplay service as both a ringtone provider and a full track download system.

Some songs are great ringtones and some are great songs, isn’t it best to buy a track that’s both?
Click through to see the Top 10 Ringtones vs the Top 10 chart toppers

New and discount BlackBerry software and accessories


Like all good sites, we’ve put together a weekly roundup of all the newest and promotional BlackBerry software and accessories for you to gaze at. There’s some interesting new software such as Ringtones 1.0, a collection of 50 ringtones, as well as some custom dock software. In terms of new accessories, we have a keypad for the Storm.
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VibAndRing v.1.1 for BlackBerry Reviewed!


Many of us are pretty dissatisfied with RIM’s choice to leave out a “vibe and ring” option in the BlackBerry OS. Fabian Heuwieser, the maker of popular applications like Email Display On and SMS Display On brings us VibAndRing, an application designed to fill this gap.

VibAndRing does exactly that: makes your BlackBerry vibrate and ring at the same time, whenever you receive an incoming call.

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Free ringtones available from BlackBerry mobile site


Free BlackBerry Ringtones

A bunch of new free ringtones for BlackBerry popped up on mobile.blackberry.com which kind of look like they didn’t make the final cut to be prepackaged with the BlackBerry Bold, as they’re sporting the familiar Inspired and Pro series names. They’re all the high quality you’d expect right from RIM, and worth nabbing real quick if you’re looking for a taste of the Bold on another device.

(via BerryReview)

Hit the jump for direct download links to the free BlackBerry ringtones!

Bounty out for location-based profiles app


BountyVarious Nokia handset enjoy a little function that automatically changes the calling profile (vibrate, quiet, etc.) based on your GPS location and the time, which fellow blogger Gordon Dewis would love to see on his BlackBerry Curve so much that he’s putting $50 out there for anyone willing to cook the app up. Personally, I think anyone who made something like this could make a hell of a lot more than $50 after putting it up on Handango and MobiHand… Some of the features needed include…

1. the last-known location as determined from the GPS using proximity to a waypoint (eg: “when I am within 200m of this location, use the Quiet profile”).
2. GSM cell ID (eg: “when I am ‘here’, use the Loud profile”).
3. time of day/day of week ranges (eg: weekdays between 0900 and 1700, use the Normal profile).

This sounds like a great project for any budding coders, or even more established ones looking for a quick distraction. Of course, there may be some difficulties in automating the profile-changing process that I might not know about. Any devs out there think this app is doable? Anyone else who would like to see this come to life can chip into the bounty via Paypal (paypal AT dewis DOT ca with “BlackBerry bounty” in the comments).

(via Gordon Dewis)


mig33 selling wallpapers and ringtones


mig33 Mig33, a social network built on the mobile mentality, announced today that they’re going to be providing wallpapers and ringtones in their online store. These are some no-brainer additions to their already solid picture sharing and VoIP services, and they’re looking to add a lot more mobile-centric content. Facebook’s obviously the default for most of your social networking, and has a pretty good presence on BlackBerry, but it’s interesting to see how another network evolves from the ground up with the mobile lifestyle in mind. You can nab mig33 for BlackBerry here.