Nobex Radio was showing off their brand new BlackBerry 10 app at the Toronto launch event recently, and we got to get a good, close look at what was new. The UI is all very Cascadey in terms of menus and transitions, but the real cool stuff with Nobex on BlackBerry 10 is how it plugs into the Hub.
Nobex allows users to add podcast subscriptions (audio or video) and get notifications when new episodes are available to download or stream. As always, Nobex lets users tune into local radio stations for free and if they're willing to pay up, gain access to a vast international catalog. With BlackBerry's in-house Podcasts app being out of commission for the forseeable future, it's likely that Nobex will quickly become the podcatcher of choice for many early BlackBerry Z10 owners.
Nobex for BlackBerry 10 has been available for a day or two now; if you're one of the lucky few with a Dev Alpha or Z10, you can get downloading at the link below. Any diehard Nobex fans out there? Which music apps beyond Songza, Slacker, Rdio, and TuneIn (which have all been confirmed) would you like to see on BlackBerry 10?