CrackBerry Superstore A to Z

By Adam Zeis on 14 Apr 2010 02:33 pm EDT

Just a few weeks ago we unveiled the newly revamped CrackBerry Superstore. With this mobile client, you can browse all of the apps, themes, games and even accessories available for purchase from all of our stores. The new layout makes things easier to navigate, and helps you get to exactly what you want. With the ability to search new items, deals, bundles and top-selling apps, you can check out all of the latest and greatest right from your device. The video above takes a look at all of the features of the store (its kind of long, but there was a lot to cover) and will give you a better idea of just how it works. If you haven't installed the mobile Superstore yet, you can download it free from

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CrackBerry Superstore A to Z


Great review, but the 'Hot' Tab is not showing the bestsellers, but the featured apps. the bestsellers are in the Top 50 Tab.

I love the store but once again as with most things BlackBerry, the fonts are too small for the certain items, especially the text under the icons. I love my BlackBerry but it's hard to be a legally blind BlackBerry user.

I have to say that the thing I like most about the new app is the feature for checking your current software against the latest updates and then easily updating those apps. Great feature in my opinion and eliminates me having to worry about whether anything has been updated.

I installed the store about two weeks ago. Unfortunately it has been causing some of my apps to become "un-registered." I was warned that my AddToContacts trial had expired and I had to redownload the app through the CB AppStore in order to restore functionality again. Same happened with BerryBlab. So too with Fixmo although I just emailed customer support in Fixmo's case...

Don't know if its something I'm doing wrong or if its an issue with the AppStore. Not too big of a deal, but more a minor inconvenience. Maybe it has something to do with the way it looks for updates, etc. It seems that when I pulled up the list of Apps I had on my device through the AppStore is when I started to notice the trouble.

Overall, I love the store though and agree with the user above, it definitely does its job; I'm buying more apps than ever!