Yeah! It’s been a while since a Bold 9700 leaked has hit the internet. Earlier today someone leaked OS 220.127.116.114 for the BlackBerry Bold 9700. We haven’t heard yet how this OS runs on the Bold, but we hope its great. If you feel adventurous and want to give BlackBerry 6 a try on your […]
I’m glad to see that RIM didn’t forget about Viigo, the RSS news app they purchased back a year or so ago. Earlier today, RIM launched their BlackBerry News Feeds App for BlackBerry, which brings all of your RSS feeds into one app, instead of Social Feeds. I was sad to see they didn’t have […]
Before BlackBerry 6 OS I relied heavily on Viigo to grab my RSS feeds, but then after switching to BlackBerry 6, Viigo had pretty much disappeared. Although you could still down a version of Viigo that would work on BlackBerry 6 OS, it just wasn’t the same in terms of performance. Since switching to my […]
Meebo is a popular messaging application online, especially for the younger generation. It includes the current messengers: Yahoo, MSN, Google, AIM, Facebook, My Yearbook, and more and it does it with three advantages: Simple, not using the battery life, and it’s FREE! Check it out…
Trillian for BlackBerry has been in beta for sometime now. It’s a chat client that integrates several different types of accounts. I’ve been using it and I’m going to take a few minutes to explain it to you and why Trillian is a great way to stay in touch.
BlackBerry Traffic is a beta app that is currently available in the BlackBerry App World Test Center through the Test Center, for Canada and the U.S. For those who had the BlackBerry Traffic app through the Beta Zone, this is an even more recent version. I’ve seen some lists saying certain phones are supported, and […]
When the BlackBerry Beta Zone originally launched, it only included Canada, the U.K. and the U.S. It added more countries, and of course we wondered why Australia was left out. They finally added even more countries and Australia was finally included. Here’s the list of all the countries included so far…
There’s a new beta application entitled bitbop. It’s available for your BlackBerry and it’s similar to hulu. There’s a variety of shows available and many are free right now. I’m sure it will become a subscription, but I’ve had a chance to try it out and this is what I’ve come to find so far.