BlackBerryCool Roundup for the Week of April 12th


This was a slower than usual week on BlackBerryCool but there are still some gems lying around. In apps, we saw some awesome updates from some old favorites such as Gym Technik, Druglord Wars 2, Cortado and Tvider. There are also some newish players to the scene such as Kik, who launched a very nice chat client which will soon come with video support as well. The Pearl 9100 has been making the rounds with a T9 and QWERTY keyboard, which should be great for sales in the European markets. We’ve also seen some interesting news on the wire, including a report that BlackBerry usage is the highest during the weekday compared to iPhone.


Gym Technik Partner with WiThings Internet Connected Scale
Kik Offers Free Messaging with Music Sharing App to Come
Inspirational Quotes App Belladonna Free Until May 16th
Druglord Wars 2 Now Available with New Locations and Features
NFL Mobile for BlackBerry launches on Verizon Wireless
Free Anti-Virus App for BlackBerry Lookout with Remote Data Wipe and Tracking
SIRIUS Satellite Radio Canada Now Available on BlackBerry
Track Your BlackBerry Usage and Compete Internationally with MobHolic
Bell Canada to Offer Stanley Cup Playoffs on BlackBerry
Golf Digest GPS Range Finder Now Available From AT&T
Cortado Workplace Now Available Free in BlackBerry App World Available for Enterprise Deployment to Google Apps Users
SlingPlayer Updated with BlackBerry Bold 9700 Support
Tvider Goes Version 2.0 with More Basic Twitter Functionality
Awesome BlackBerry Storm2 Game Tank Recon 3D


New Circular Chryom Theme by Hedone Design is Artistic and Useful


More Leaked Pictures of the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 with T9 and SureType
BlackBerry has the Lowest Click-Through Rates in Mobile Advertising
Rove Announce BlackBerry Alliance Elite Membership


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