Cast for BlackBerry 10 updated with new UI, improved search, and, better controls

It has been a while since we have seen an update for Cast, and this is one you do not want to miss. Not only does it correct the Google API issues, but offers bug fixes, a UI overhaul, and more. If you are not familiar with Cast, it is a native application that supports Casting YouTube videos on your BlackBerry 10 device to your Chromecast. The application itself is easy to use and can be set...

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Browsie Browser adds BlackBullet support, faster start up, bug fixes, and more in latest update

As someone who is constantly on her phone and browsing the web, I not only use the native browser but third-party applications as well to help me with my daily fix. One such browser is Browsie Browser which is chock-full of features and options to give you a smooth way to open and search webpages. Upon firing up my BlackBerry, I saw that the developer released a new version in BlackBerry World...

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Candy Crush Soda Saga bursts its way into Amazon's Appstore

Candy Crush Soda Saga now available in the Amazon Appstore

Whether you have five minutes or two hours to kill, Candy Crush Soda Saga is an extremely addictive way to do so. The game has made its way over to the Amazon Appstore, and is now available as a free download. Featuring 390 levels, new candies, more combinations, and challenging game modes, Candy Crush Soda Saga can provide countless hours of fun. The app is now available for BlackBerry users...

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Mobile Nations Community Update, May 2015

Mobile Nations Community Update, May 2015

Mobile Nations Community Update It's the end of the month, and that can only mean one thing: It's time for the Mobile Nations Community Update! As always, we're about to take a look at the happenings around our network, including Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Central. May is truly coming to a close with a roar, and there's a LOT...

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White BlackBerry Leap available in more regions

If you have been holding out for the white version of the BlackBerry Leap, you may now be able to order one. BlackBerry has been selling the white variant in the US and Canada for a few weeks now, but they have just added a few additional countries to the list. Customers in the UK, France, and Germany can now place orders for the BlackBerry Leap in white right from ShopBlackBerry. Pricing for...

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Manchester City Football Club roll out BBM stickers

Manchester-City-BBM-Stickers

Believe it or not I'm not a big football (soccer) fan, even though I'm from the UK. So initially when I saw that Manchester City Football Club now had a pack of BBM stickers available I thought it may only be of interest to those of you that live here. A moment later I changed my mind as I know how international the sport is and that football clubs have fans from all round the world. So if...

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Messenger for Facebook beta update lets you search and filter friends and also adds Active Frame support

On other mobile platforms, chatting via Facebook on your smartphone means you need another app. On BlackBerry 10, the native Facebook app still allows you to chat to your Facebook friends, however, there are some who like to keep their chat separate and this can be done with Messenger for Facebook by Nemory Studios. It has recently gone through a new and improved revamp and was made available...

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BlackBerry Leap arrives in the Philippines May 30th

BlackBerry customers in the Philippines looking to get their hands on a brand new BlackBerry Leap won't have much longer to wait now. As announced by BlackBerry, the device will be made available starting May 30th with retail pricing set at PHP 13,490 through MemoXpress stores. Cameron Vernest, Managing Director, Philippines, at BlackBerry, said: "With an all-touch screen, BlackBerry Leap...

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How to transfer files using Wi-Fi Direct on BlackBerry 10

How to transfer files using Wi-Fi Direct on BlackBerry 10

Wi-Fi Direct isn't a new feature to BlackBerry 10, in fact it has been available since OS 10.2 but we haven't actually shown it in action here to CrackBerry yet, so there's no time like the present to do so. After all, you might be new to the BlackBerry 10 OS and didn't realise this was something you could do. I've actually started using it more as I recently got hold of a BlackBerry Leap and...

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BlackBerry hosting three-part webinar series covering enterprise mobile security

BlackBerry has been on a roll lately with webinars and the latest announced sessions are spanned across three parts and focus on how enterprises can build bullet-proof security by having a proper enterprise mobility management strategy in place. Each session will offer strategic insights and actionable tactics to minimize risks in mobile security. To BYOD or Not to BYOD? Choosing the Right...

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Watch John Chen's full interview from the Greater KW Chamber of Commerce luncheon

Back on May 5th, BlackBerry CEO John Chen sat down with the Greater Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber of Commerce and 400 guests for a special luncheon and interview with Chamber of Commerce CEO, Ian McLean, that covered such topics as BlackBerry's turnaround strategy and the company's ongoing commitment to the region. At the time, there was no video from the event available but now, the full...

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Latest version of Hub2Watch brings hidden options and dynamically changing watchfaces

If you're a Pebble user you may have come across Hub2Watch, an app we have covered here before. It's more of an extension to the Talk2Watch Pro -- the third party Pebble watch client. Hub2Watch catches all accounts in the Hub and can notify you when you have a message. Which is great as it can notify you of messages that Talk2Watch Pro can't let you know of. However, you can't see the contents...

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Leather Flex Shell Case for BlackBerry Passport

BlackBerry has updated their Transform shell cases for BlackBerry 10 smartphones and they are now called Flex shell cases. So called because the back can flex outward to form a stand. There was a Transform shell for the BlackBerry Z10 and Z30, both different in design and now the Flex shell is a pretty nice update to the design. I was very fond of the Transform shell case for the Z10. It was...

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New features and bug fixes introduced as Follow Mail updates to version 4.0

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It was only a couple of weeks ago that native BlackBerry 10 developer 'Emberify' once again gave away a bunch of apps, including Follow Mail. Today see's the enhanced email application update to version 4.0 and a few new features are brought to the table. If you've not looked into Follow Mail before it's essentially a tool to help you manage your email slightly more efficiently. This is done...

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BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Shares

BerryFlow Upstream Podcast - Shares

Did you miss out on checking out BerryFlow Upstream live last night? If you did for whatever reason, you can now watch the replay or download the audio to get yourself caught up. This week we took a look at some of the latest takeover rumors, Jennifer Doidge joining BlackBerry, talk a little on handsets and how John Chen plans on turning a profit with them and more. No BS here, we started off...

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BlackBerry Sign

I know. It has been a while since I've written a 'From the Editor's Desk' post and I should probably write more of them, but to be honest I really need to feel pretty strongly about something in order to write them and the past few days have me a little fired up. With that out of the way, the past three days have been interesting for the BlackBerry world, made even more so when you consider the...

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Watch the 'Building Secure Android Apps for the Enterprise' webcast replay

If you're a developer and missed out on the 'Building Secure Android Apps for the Enterprise' webcast that was held on May 21st, you can now settle in and get yourself caught up whenever you do so wish as the replay has been posted. Developing apps for enterprise can be a challenge as enterprise-grade applications are more than just app code. Enterprise apps operate in a container of...

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Save up to 84 percent on Kingston MicroSD cards at Amazon for today only

Kingston MicroSD Card

Amazon frequently has big sales on Flash storage cards and today the retailer has cut back the prices on Kingston microSD cards by as much as 84 percent. The sale gives big price cuts on cards that range from 4GB to 128GB, so if you need some extra storage for your microSD-supported smartphone, you might want to check these out. All of the cards come with SD card adapters for those of you...

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BlackBerry launches the Leap in the United Arab Emirates

BlackBerry Leap

BlackBerry has launched the Leap smartphone in the United Arab Emirates. The company has released the white and shadow grey variants, enabling consumers in the region to pick up the all-touch smartphone. From today, you'll be able to pick up the BlackBerry Leap at various telecom retailers at the suggested retail price of 1099 AED ($299). For those who require a quick reminder as to what is...

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OEM Leather Pouch for BlackBerry Classic

Remember the days when you would find a leather pouch inside the box of your brand new BlackBerry smartphone? I do and I miss it somewhat. But at the very least you can still purchase an OEM leather pouch for your beloved BlackBerry smartphone. So, no doubt there would be one available for the BlackBerry Classic. It actually would have been nice to see one included with the BlackBerry...

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