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Free Nobex Radio Companion updated with a ton of features


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Nobex Radio Companion is a premium radio app for BlackBerry that allows you to listen to over 1000 radio stations around the world and see the playlist of over 2700 radio stations. The latest version of Nobex Radio Companion is out and it looks great. The latest version has added a ton of new features including:

  • Lyrics
  • Song and artist info
  • Song snippets 
  • Mobile goodies
  • Streamlined user interface

See Lyrics –  you can see the lyrics of the song that is playing (or recently played). If you are listening to the song through Nobex Radio Companion, you can even have the lyrics scroll synchronized with the song – turning your BlackBerry into your very own karaoke machine!

Read Song and Artist Info – Using the “Lyrics and More” screen, you can now see Artist and Song info too. You can find out how the band you love got together, and why they wrote that song you can’t get out of your head.

Get Songs or Ringtones – with a single click, right from your mobile device. Or, choose to receive an email with links to buy the song on your PC, so you can always keep your music collection fresh!

Hear Song Snippets – if you’re not sure if the song you just missed is the one you have been wanting to download.

To download Nobex Radio Companion, go here.


Telus Removes BlackBerry Streaming Media Block


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More good news for Telus BlackBerry subscribers today! While you’re pressing refresh every 5 seconds waiting for the new Telus BlackBerry Storm site to load, why don’t you pass the time by watching a YouTube video on your current Telus ‘Berry?

That’s right, Telus has now removed the streaming media block for BlackBerrys, meaning that websites like m.youtube.com are now useful. Many are speculating that this unblocking is part of Telus’ BlackBerry Storm launch prep, but the reason doesn’t really matter. Streaming media!

Note: Previously there was some concern that streaming media would only work on OS 4.5 devices and above, but we can confirm OS 4.3 works as well. OS 4.2 users, you’re on your own.