Want a free copy of Cut the Cable? Keep reading to see how to win one!
Welcome to this week's BlackBerry App Roundup! This week we have 20 copies of Cut the Cable to give away! We have searched high and low and found some neat apps to share with you this week, so head on past the break to check them out and enter the contest! If you have an app you want to see featured in the roundup be sure to check the end of the post for information on submitting it to us.
Gold Panic by Ajani InfoTech
Looking for a challenging game for your BlackBerry? Check out Gold Panic by Ajani InfoTech. In this game you are a miner, trying to get all the gold into your car. There are obstacles all around that you have to work around or move out of your way. Tunnel through the sand to make new paths, but be careful because you might cause more of a jam than you started with! Gold Panic is a lot of fun and will keep you playing for a long time.
Gold Panic is available on sale for just $.99 (regularly $1.99) and there is a free trial available. You can pick this up for most BlackBerry smartphones (OS 5.0 and 6.0). For more information and to download Gold Panic
Bookmark by Bookmark.com
Ever wish you could sync your bookmarks and browser history from your computer to your BlackBerry? Well you can, with Bookmark. Simply download it on your BlackBerry and computer, create a free account at Bookmark.com and you're all set. Using the free Bookmark desktop app, you can sync your data between Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari on Mac OSX and Windows. Bookmark's BlackBerry app gives you remote access allowing you to browse, edit and search your data on the move. And if you use multiple mobile platforms, there are apps for those too, so you an sync your information across all of them. This app is compatible with most BlackBerry smartphones and is completely free to download and use. For more information and to download Bookmark
BBCounter by AcADIeN
Every wonder how many times you open and close the slider on your BlackBerry Torch? Well now you can keep track of that information with BBCounter. Not only does this FREE app keep track of your slider, but also how many times you use your device in portrait and landscape mode. You can keep a running tally or reset it whenever you wish. This app is completely free and available for the BlackBerry Torch. To download BBCounter from the CrackBerry store
Screenshot Ultimate Free by Ice Cold Apps
Screenshot Ultimate Free is the most complete free screenshot capturer that can be found. You can edit a taken screenshot, take multiple screenshots and send them all by email, upload a screenshot to Imgur or send it to your friends on Twitter with TwitPic! Some of the included features are listed below for the free version. There is also a paid version ($.99) that adds some additional editing and uploading options.
Change colors of the screenshot (grayscale, sepia, negative, retro)
Paint on the screenshot (change drawing color, size and movement)
Save a screenshot to device memory or sdcard
Send a screenshot by email (using BlackBerry® email)
Upload a screenshot to TwitPic, Imgur or upload it to your own server with POST
The application will list taken screenshots (with preview)
Save all the screenshots from the list to a folder (queue up and batch save them)
Send all the screenshots from the list to email (queue up and batch send them)
Set a timeout (time-delay) before the screenshot gets taken
Menux adds quick call, email and SMS to your system menu
If you've ever wanted a quicker way to make a call or fire off an email or SMS then Menux may have the answer. This simple app allows you to add a system wide menu item that will let you send off a message quickly or make a phone call with one click. Setup the contact through the app, then click on the menu item to go right to the compose screen (for email or sms) or initiate a phone call. Menux lets you tweak out things to your liking, so not matter where you are on your device you'll be able to get in touch with frequent contacts quickly. Menux sells for $1.99 in the CrackBerry App Store.
If you have ever tried the popular Cut the Rope game in iOS devices and hoped for some of the same on BlackBerry, Cut the Cable is your answer. The strategy game is both simple and super addicting at the same time. You need to cut the cables attached to the candy in order to get it into the green monsters mouth. Sounds simple enough right? It's actually quite challenging as the levels go on, but if you're like me you'll find yourself stuck to it for quite a while. As you progress the levels get harder and additional items like bubbles and special anchors are introduced. Cut the Cable is available for most devices in the CrackBerry App store.
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