BlackBerry App Roundup for March 28, 2014

A weekly look at new, exciting, and cool apps to try

By Alicia Erlich on 28 Mar 2014 10:27 am EDT
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Howdy all, it's time once again for the weekly App Roundup. Now I spent my time wisely this week rustling up some new, cool, and helpful applications for all you BlackBerry addicts to try. Be sure to check them out by clicking through the gallery below and remember you can help by offering your suggestions at the end.

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BlackBerry App Roundup for March 28, 2014

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First thing for me: productivity apps and business tools.

Still no proper invoicing and payment apps, like

Invoice2go

(Australian market) or credit card apps. Anyone found something, please let me know.

Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....

*of

Please BB, make auto-correct more context-sensitive, so this doesn't happen that frequently

Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....

Agreed!!! We say it is the best out there, but it still could be better. I mean, I really don't have time to read what I wrote before hitting send; I'm way too busy. ;)

Tapped and flicked from my BlackBerry Z30!

I rather spend my time on CB, than playing games on my phone.

It took a few seconds of my life, you know how fast one can type on a BlackBerry, right?

(If you don't, this is proof enough, I hope, and that's why I've done it, not to annoy someone :-) )

"No Q10?" -> "Buy from Chen... "

@ drmike By the way, I'm not a touchscreen guy (yet), but the above was posted from my Z, slowy getting there...

Don't believe I could have done that on any other platform. I don't.

"No Q10?" -> "Buy from Chen... "

Loving Body Buddy. Such a simple concept but implemented well. The feeling of accountability to yourself it gives you is helpful.

Posted via CB10

Oh my god. GPodder. I used to have it on my N9 and it is just fantastic.

Glad to see it on the BB10 platform.

Posted via CB10

Job Guru, while being a nice idea is of no use outside of the US of A, which makes it useless in the real world.

Posted via CB10

I had gPodder at my Nokia N900 and at the N9. A great application by a very talented developer. 5 stars!

I am still looking up to when I can download the LimichSoft program LSChess.

Why can't I get it for my Q5?

Posted via CB10

JobGuru, contrary to comment above, works for me In Toronto.

One quibble with original article: gPodder not available for (my) PlayBook

Posted via CB10

As a long time BlackBerry user, one of my greatest concerns is security of my data. I imagine that to be a priority to most BlackBerry users since I view BlackBerry as the first choice for business application.

I would like to request from CrackBerry staff that all software reviews not only highlight the features and shortcomings of how an app performs but that you also make it an standard practice to include some security analysis as well. Is building a photo diary going to result in my photos rights being reassigned to the App developer or to the phone company? If I use a certain Password Keeper app, how secure is it? Is there a back door built in that the developer could exploit to get into my Amazon account? If I use the Facebook app, how is the phone company and Facebook using my info? What should I avoid? (I don't use Facebook by the way).

I personally would welcome a security facet being included with each app review.

Thanks

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