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UberSocial Update Brings Facebook Feeds and Completely Revamped User Interface

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UberSocial is one of the best Twitter clients for BlackBerry smartphones. In fact, it sort of makes you wonder why RIM even bothered to build a Twitter client. Does the official RIM client really provide anything to users that UberSocial couldn’t or doesn’t? Anyways, the latest update to UberSocial is really cool. Not only does the app look entirely different, but it now features a facebook feed so you can check on your facebook friends without having to leave the app. It’s a lot like what SocialScope was up to.
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Free CircleBack App Aggregates Your Contacts Across Social Networks

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CircleBack is an app from Dub Labs, the same people who brought us the contact management solution DubMeNow. CircleBack aims to take all your contacts that are spread across a variety of social networks and aggregate them into a single place. By aggregating contacts, users can take advantage of having a single, larger network to draw from whether it be job opportunities, events or just catching up with friends.
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Blaq Twitter Client for the BlackBerry PlayBook Updated to 1.6 With Klout, Bug Fixes and More

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One of the best things about third party Twitter apps is that the developers take the time to put in features that may not appeal to the masses, but appeal to a small section of users and power users. It’s what makes these apps much more fun than the mainstream first party apps. For example, with Blaq, you can now check out someone’s Klout score. Or with UberSocial, you can create circles of people you want to follow more closely. With the latest update to Blaq, power users on Twitter are sure to have a lot more fun with their PlayBook.
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FlightTrack for BlackBerry Updated With New UI, Better Info and More

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FlightTrack is a BlackBerry app that has been updated with a revamped UI and several new features. The app is just what the name says it is: a flight tracking app. The app tracks a variety of aspects around your domestic and international flights with real-time updates and live flight tracking maps. FlightTrack gives you updates on gates, delays and cancellations too.
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Free Chit Chat for Facebook App Gives Facebook Chat a Facelift

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This post title was a bit much, right? Anyays, Chit Chat for Facebook, a premium Facebook Chat app, used to be $1.99 but is now free. The app doesn’t have any in-app advertising which is great for the end user but we’re curious how the developer is going to afford it. Get the app now at this amazing new price.
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Soon You Will Discover All Your Apps Through Facebook

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There has been a long-standing issue with app discovery and that it has been relegated to some very basic features such as carousels/lists and categories. There are so many more effective ways that a person can discover an app and word-of-mouth is one of them. The problem is that word-of-mouth is difficult to track as it’s offline, but a recent facebook announcement points to the fact that the company will be owning the space entirely.
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