Howdy CrackBerry nation! Hope you all are ready for the weekend. This week has just flown by and I just do not know where to begin. Bla1ze kicked things off with his From the Editor's Desk that discussed a variety of topics including the latest takeover rumors, BlackBerry layoffs, and a new book called Losing the Signal from the writers behind a Globe and Mail extensive report on BlackBerry. If you haven't had a chance to read his post, I highly recommend it. There was also another riveting installment of the BerryFlow Upstream podcast for you to listen to. Finally, John Chen's full interview at the Greater Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber of Commerce luncheon is now available to watch.
Now it's time to bring you this week's picks for all your passionate BlackBerry addicts out there. You can find each app and game I've rustled up for you by clicking through the gallery below. If your favorite did not make the cut this week, remember you can help by offering your suggestions at the end.
Health for BlackBerry by ToZ Inc.
Going through the mailbag this week I found this health app in my inbox. This native application tracks your fitness stats to keep you abreast of your progress. It offers step counting (with the ability to adjust sensitivity), sleep tracking, weight tracking with weekly summary graph, daily health report, sedentary notifications, calories burned tracker, and dark and light theme. Users may view their stats either daily, weekly, or monthly. In settings, it allows for users to select the preferred units for height and weight, enable the active frame, and show hub notifications. Health for BlackBerry is free to download from BlackBerry World for BlackBerry 10 and is ad free.