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BlackBerryCool Native App Updated With Disqus and Android Support


Use this QR Code to download the app or hit this link from your BlackBerry browser.

We’ve updated the BlackBerryCool native app to support Disqus comments as well as some bug fixes. The app looks a little nicer too although the icon isn’t great if you’re using a dark wallpaper. The BlackBerryCool app also supports Android, so if you hit the download link or scan the QR code, you can grab the Android version.

Press Menu > Check for Update to update your app. Or go to joemobi.com/dl/1360 from your BlackBerry browser to download OTA.

Rogers BlackBerry 9700 and Curve 3G 9300 Updated with UMA Support


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A few days ago Rogers rolled out updates for the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 and Bold 9700. The updates are for OS v5.0.0.846 and v5.0.0.862 respectively and they bring unlicensed mobile access (UMA) connectivity, allowing for voice over Wi-Fi calling (formerly Talkspot). You’ll have to talk to a Rogers representative but UMA is a helpful service that saves you minutes and money.

Head over to na.blackberry.com/eng/update/ and follow the instructions.

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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Beta Review: SocialScope Version with Foursquare and Flickr Integration


SocialScope is still very much in private beta but their app has continues to grow and get updated. The latest version has a very clean UI with additional social networks and features. It’s not clear why the company has chosen to keep the app hidden from the public, but I’m sure there are advantages to keeping a small beta testing group until the product is totally polished. Lets take a look at where the app is now and what can be improved.

SocialScope is building itself as a hub for social networks. Currently, you can add multiple Twitter accounts, a Facebook feed, a Foursquare feed and a Flickr account. The SocialScope feed is the amalgamation of all of these accounts in one feed. After adding several accounts, the feed gets a little hectic, and I can only imagine how cluttered it would get if you have thousands of Twitter accounts followed.
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