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Keep your Eventbrite invites organized on your BlackBerry with Blackbrite

By Adam Zeis on 5 Jun 2013 10:57 am EDT

If you've ever wanted an easier way to manage your Eventbrite tickets on the fly, Blackbrite may be just what you're looking for. Available for the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10, Blackbrite is a simple app that organizes all of your Eventbrite tickets in one place, right on your device. 

Just login to the app and all of your past and future tickets will be shown under the My Events tab. Quickly see a listing of the event name, date and location all on one page. Tap the event to jump in and you'll see the full details where you can then add the item to your device calendar.

Also displayed is your barcode for the event so you can get it scanned at the door without having to cart around a paper ticket. Need help finding the location? Tap the Go button to fire up BlackBerry Maps and navigate your way!

If you're looking for things to do in your area, Blackbrite also offers a great search feature that shows you local events. You can search by category, keyword, distance or date to pin down just what type of events you're looking for. Find one you like and get full details or tickets with just a few taps. 

We use Eventbrite for our events (the CrackBerry meetup as well as tomorrow's Talk Mobile launch event) so it proves to be very handy if you're hitting up any of our events in the near future. 

You can grab Blackbrite now for just $0.99 in BlackBerry World.

More information/Download Blackbrite



damn it. . .worst part about the lack of apps is the fact that I have to pay where other have the same functionality for free. . .meh. . .


This OS is not for you then.

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Whoa...be easy there bro...lol

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I agree with you afro. I was excited till I seen there was a charge.

I will continue to download the file and save it on my phone.

No thanks! See ya Thursday!

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I ended up paying...figured I should support the developer...it is a pretty good app...

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If this was made by EventBrite then it should be free, but hey I need to make money some how, 99 cents isnt too much :)


We appreciate you filling the gap...

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Sounds good.

Posted via CB10 using my flick-ity keyboard :D.


Bought it and gave it a shot. Sadly the app is pretty rudimentary, you can't login via the app, and the UI takes up half the space on screen on my Q10, it doesn't hide the search bar or other elements when scrolling through events.

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Woop, worse than I thought, it pops an in-app browser to the login

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Damn this phone, accidentally posted it prematurely... ehem.

It basically is a browser window, if you accidentally click elsewhere you're booted to the normal site and are forced to relaunch the application - this should all be handled behind the scenes on a built-in login page, no?

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There is no other way to login to eventbrite than through that page. They only support a web based login flow, for third party apps. Which elements other than the search bar would you like hidden? Want to let me know here ? http://forums.crackberry.com/blackberry-10-apps-f274/official-blackbrite...


A one-time login through the browser isn't a big deal, works fine. I agree with the UI issue though. There is a bar at the top with the BlackBrite logo, then a search bar, and below a bar with search and calendar icons below ... So that's about 30% of the Q10 screen real-estate taken by stuff that could pop up from top/bottom or a side-bar popup - Those 3 bars should be consolidated into one.

Otherwise slick and responsive. Thanks!


the eventbrite port works fine for 10.2