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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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RIM Tops 25 Million Social Media Followers of BlackBerry

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The BlackBerry brand has been gaining popularity among their users through social media. Today the official count is 27.1 million fans and followers of the Inside BlackBerry blog, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. I am a follower of BlackBerry through these channels and I find them to be a good source of BlackBerry tips and tricks.
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Snipper Lets You Share Video Clips With Friends, Facebook and Twitter

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Snipper is a BlackBerry smartphone app that makes it easy to share short video clips with friends, family and whoever. The app lets you create a private broadcast channel to share with select people or you can broadcast publicly. Snipper is also a fun way to browse what other people are sharing and features celebrities, artists and pundits. You can also broadcast the videos you take on Twitter and Facebook. Check out the free app and let us know what you think.
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Free Social TV Watching App Yap.tv Now Available for BlackBerry Smartphones and PlayBook

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Yap.TV is a pretty cool service that lets you navigate TV shows via an up-to-the minute program guide that gives you the latest shows as well as what’s trending. The app gives you insight into not only what the show is about, but what people are saying about it on the Internet. Watching the latest episode of Walking Dead and getting sick of the slow plot development? Get in on the conversation. With Yap.TV, you can connect yourself to a community of people watching TV and it adds another layer of entertainment. Yap.TV was previously only available on iPad, and it is now available for BlackBerry smartphones and the PlayBook tablet.
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Blaq Twitter Client for PlayBook Updated to Version 1.7 With Portrait Mode, TweetMarker and More

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Blaq is an awesome Twitter client for the PlayBook that has all the features a Twitter power user needs to tweet from your tablet. With multiple-account support, various ways to tweet, URL shortening and more, Blaq is gives you an awesome Twitter experience for the PlayBook. With the latest update, Blaq brings some great new features including Portrait Mode (a fun way to read your tweets), auto-correct and spellcheck, LED notifications and more. We recommend Blaq to all Twitter users, both casual and professional.
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Free News Reader App Taptu Lets You Create News Streams From RSS, Twitter, Facebook and More [PlayBook]

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The PlayBook is an awesome piece of hardware and one of the funnest things to do with your PlayBook, aside from playing some of the recently launched premium games, is to read. The PlayBook is novel size, making it a great reading device for news as well as eBooks. Recently launched in App World is Taptu, a news reader with a cool twist. The app brings together news from a wide variety of sources including RSS, twitter, facebook and LinkedIn. Even better, the app lest you create your own news streams with a combination of sources, allowing you to “DJ your news”. And best of all, it’s free.
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