Polarbear app coming to BlackBerry 10 - Sign up today to be among the first to give it a go!

Polarbear App
By Bla1ze on 17 Jan 2013 11:04 am
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If you find yourself partaking in a multitude of social networks, Polar Bear is looking to help you with managing them. With support for Posterous, Facebook, Facebook Pages, Tumblr, Twitter & Blogger, Polar Bear certainly looks promising. Right now, they're working on their BlackBerry 10 app but will also be building out for Android, Mac and Windows over the next little while. If it sounds like something you may be interested in, you can sign up over at their site to be among the first to give it a go plus, give them a follow on Twitter to stay up to date on all the news.

Learn more about Polarbear App

8 comments

feldmen01

3 friends to get access to the beta?!?!?

What is this, a popularity contest??? No thanks!

Wolf35Nine

I wonder how this will work vs using the social feeds app. Wait.. will social feeds be an app in bb10? Jan 30 can't get here soon enough.

craiggger

Sorry ploarbear, I think I will just use The Hub..

Wolf35Nine

I didn't know the hub could post messages to multiple social networks and blogs all at at once.

bbquincar

yhea i was going to say the same thing isnt the hub able to do this and even social feeds which will be for sure part of bb10.

Bla1ze

The thought that Hub will do this assumes Hub will also have integrated everything that Polarbear supports.

Will Posterous have an BlackBerry 10 app? Has RIM tapped into the Posterous API for Hub?

Will Blogger have a BlackBerry 10 app?
Has RIM tapped into the Blogger API for Hub?

Will Tumblr have a BlackBerry 10 app?
Has RIM tapped into the Tumblr API for Hub?

Basically, the knowns are Facebook and Twitter.

Hub can only support what is built into it through the API's. If no one is tapping into those other services Hub can't automagically just make them work.. someone, somewhere has to be tapping into them.

BB_Bmore

RIM doesn't need to tap into any api's for the hub. The hub has api's available for devs to tap into ;)

Rootbrian

I use diaspora to post to facebook, identica to post to twitter. Now all I need is either identica to post to google plus, or diaspora to post to google plus and I'm all good. :D