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Speedometer for BlackBerry updated, still time to enter the Value Apps contest to win a BlackBerry Bold 9900

By Michelle Haag on 27 Nov 2011 04:02 pm EST
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Speedometer by Value Apps

Speedometer for BlackBerry by Value Apps was recently updated to be compatible with BlackBerry 7 smartphones! This app will tell you how fast you are traveling whether by automobile, train, boat or bike - any way that you get from point A to point B. Depending on what you prefer, you can view your speed in miles per hour (MPH) or kilometers per hour (Kmph), and you can set the app to keep your backlight on for continuous monitoring.

Other new features include:

  • App records Top-speed and saves it for later use.
  • You can reset the stored top speed.
  • New speed units including knots, meters per second and feet per second
  • A new full-screen digital view for easy viewing

You can pick up Speedometer in BlackBerry App World for $3.99 for any BlackBerry smartphone with GPS. On top of this, we wanted to remind you that Value Apps has an awesome contest underway right now for those of you that purchase the Speedometer app. All you have to do to enter is buy the app, leave a comment in App World about Speedometer for BlackBerry, and email Value Apps to let them know you left your comment. The contest runs until the end of November, but I wouldn't wait to enter… especially since the prize is a brand new, unlocked, BlackBerry Bold 9900! You can find out more details at the link below, or at their website.
*Please note, CrackBerry is not affiliated with the contest, we are just helping spread the word. Leaving a comment below is great, but will not enter you in the contest.*
More information/screenshots and purchase Speedometer
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Speedometer for BlackBerry updated, still time to enter the Value Apps contest to win a BlackBerry Bold 9900

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I would love to win this BlackBerry Bold 9900 the best Blackberry by far

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So the picture shows the device traveling at 107mph. Now where would you be traveling at that speed while holding your phone? :) Oh yeah, down hill skiing. Seriously, why pay $4 when your OS7 already shows your speed in the Compass app under Location on Map menu item? You can see where you are and where you are going at your current speed all on the same screen. Would be cool to see what it would register on an airplane - would the needle go around a few times?