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10 Apps You Should Install Right Now On Your New BlackBerry


If you’ve just purchased your very first BlackBerry, you’re probably wondering what the best, most essential apps are. With thousands and thousands of apps in BlackBerry’s App World, having a list of the essentials just makes everything a little easier. Whether you’re looking for social networking apps, utility apps, or something in between, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of the 10 apps I use all the time and love.
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New Theme: iWidgets Pink by Magmic with WeatherEye Integration and More


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Magmic recently released their latest iWidgets Pink theme and you can be sure that it’s a solid theme with a lot of quality testing on it. This theme features home screen widgets including calendar, messages, and WeatherEye integration. With the WeatherEye integration, you can get weather updates directly on your homescreen without having to open an application or web page. The iWidgets Pink theme features full OS 6 support and a clean design that will simplify the way you use your BlackBerry.

Grab a copy in the new BlackBerryCool store powered by Bplay.

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Weather Network WeatherEye App Updated with Multiple City Support and More


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The Weather Network’s WeatherEye app for BlackBerry has been updated, along with improvements to their mobile website. The WeatherEye updates make the app easier to navigate, as well as improves on the overall user interface. Specific updates include:
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Free Weather App WeatherEye Updated to Version



WeatherEye has been updated to version and with the latest version you can expect a better UI, hourly forecasts, POP in long term forecast, and maps. The app is a very convenient way to get your weather, and if you download any themes with a weather slot, be sure to grab this app to go along with them.

Download WeatherEye in App World or point your browser to http://blackberry.theweathernetwork.com.

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