Archive for January, 2010
A couple of days ago, a member on CrackBerry Forums noticed that the un-released BlackBerry Curve 8910 did show up at CES 2010. The new Curve 8910 was shown off at a Case-Mate display with their new Fuel lite case. Apparently the Curve 8910 was listed as a Bold 9700, however you can clearly tell [...]
Who doesn’t love free stuff?! Our friends at CellUnlock.net have decided to offer up some free unlock codes. We’re going to make this giveaway very simple… Post a comment below telling us what you would like to see come to BlackBerrySync.com, in terms of features, reviews, etc. The first 25 people to post a comment [...]
NinjaThemes has presented a variety of themes for different BlackBerry devices, and today I am reviewing his latest, HeartChick. It’s a fun Valentines theme for women. Set in red, and a fun sexy chick for the front screen, HeartChick brings fun and fashion into play, ready to dress your BlackBerry.
DriveSafe.ly has been updated to its newest version, v1.12. DriveSafe.ly is software designed to keep you safe while driving. It comes in the free and the pro version. The software has potentially prevented 72,797,806 accidents caused by texting while driving since it was first released. So what’s new with DriveSafe.ly?
You’ve heard about BerryJoose, especially if you have Twitter. But what is it? Is it a solution or a BlackBerry Grail? Is it possible to retain the memory of your BlackBerry (preventing BlackBerry Alzheimer Disease)? I installed BerryJoose January 17th so I could use the app and find out for myself just what the app [...]
ZAGG, the company who brings you the InvisibleShields, is announcing their ZAGGaudio products. They not only have great shields, but they have great audio products as well, and the prices look too good to pass up. Save from 69% to 78% off selected audio products while supplies last so now’s the time to take advantage.
First there was Prism. Then Eastman Kodak had to join in, and now Motorola? Is the hopeful contender worried that they need a US ban on BlackBerry to gain sales for their Droid? RIM has seen it’s fair share of complaints lately, and hopefully we won’t see a US ban anytime soon.
We have another contest for you! Twinkler Software was generous enough to give us some copies of the updated InstantLog v1.6 for our readers. This is an app that gives you the ability to log your calls and SMS to your BlackBerry Calendar, and back them up to your IMAP email server.
Rory let us know that InstantLog has been updated, and there’s been quite a few enhancements. InstantLog is an app that logs emails and sms to your BlackBerry calendar and backup emails and sms messages to IMAP email. It’s a great way to keep those messages of importance that you don’t want to lose. What’s [...]
Both Bell and TELUS have been working on clearing out some of their older CDMA BlackBerry smartphones, however over the weekend Bell decided to drop the price of the popular BlackBerry Bold 9700, which runs on their new HSPA+ network. The Bold 9700 received a $50 price drop over the weekend, bringing it to a [...]
MMMOOO was generous enough to offer us some copies of their updated Super QWERTY for a contest. Super QWERTY is an one key access app to all your applications. There’s been some great changes and they’re so happy that they’re sharing the joy with us.
Our friend Owen, from MMMOOO, let me know that their shortcut app, Super QWERTY has been updated. Super QWERTY is a great app that allows you to use use a short cut for all your most used apps. It’s the easiest way to access the ones you want when you want, especially when convenience is [...]