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The Elements puts the periodic table right on your BlackBerry

By DJ Reyes on 14 Mar 2014 03:24 pm EDT

For anyone interested in having the periodic table available for reference on their BlackBerry 10 device may want to take a look at The Elements — a simple, dynamic periodic table created in Cascades. It is nicely laid out and you can view the periodic table in two color-coded categories - Groups or Blocks. You can tap into an element to get more information such as group, period, density, boiling point and more.

You can also just jump into the entire element list which can be assorted by atomic number, symbol or alphabetically. It is all simply laid out with lovely colors easy to the eye.


I like The Elements for it’s simple visual look and interface. It is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices but I have found that it doesn’t look fully optimised for the BlackBerry Z30 and when viewing the element list it is almost unreadable due to the font colour. Hopefully the developer can quickly fix this. Otherwise, it works great on other BlackBerry devices. You can get it from BlackBerry World for $0.99.

Learn more / Download The Elements from BlackBerry World



School is over

Since 2010 


Same with life

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Yep, if you got girl/wife.. life is over. Not joking. I'm serious.

Since 2010 

Observation Junkie

I may periodically use it

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Brian Persaud

Good one

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Prem WatsApp

When you have your period? j/k ;-)

"No Q10?" -> "Buy from Chen... "


Always hated trying to memorize them.

Q10 \m/


You shouldn't have to memorize the periodic table; it's more important to understand the nature of each element and why they are grouped together in certain ways.

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This will come in handy..


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Thanks this coincides nicely with it being Science Friday on a station I listed to, and it being of course Pi Day!

And yes the built in radio on BlackBerry let's me listen anywhere!

"May I have a large container of coffee" - anyone know this pi insider.

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Alternatively, you can try:
Periodic Table at

I have had that one for a while now, it is B4B. Links to Wikipedia, has many options to sort categories, looks great.

BlackBerry 10 signed.


Don't have a Z30 and i'm confused by the sentence 'not optimized for Z30 and almost unreadable because of font colour" What does this mean?

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I have it on my Z30. The font color does not have enough contrast to be comfortably readable. I figure they'll fix it.


Great for my kids. Thanks.


Educational things should be free otherwise I'm just going to Google for the information. I know it's only 99 cents but still. Ain't gon happen

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Looks good. I have several others, but none do everything or are B4B.

School was over 25 years ago. But when I stop learning in this life, I'll be fertilizer for someone else's flower bed.

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0.99$ for something you can Google?

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The Internet is free

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Ehh.. Totally unnecessary, especially for the same price of the BFB one called Periodic Table by ByteBau. The dev did a phenominal job with it -


I like The Elements for its visual look and interface.

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It's incomplete. It is missing a main element

The element of surprise.

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I might get this so I can re-learn them for when my little boy and girl have to learn the table...

Posted by the inimitable Z10 handheld system


Unavailable for Q10. Very disappointing. Try again.

Donald Blue

Where is the Starbucks app?

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Looks like shit. Sorry not sorry. Devs have to produce better UIs on BB10, sick and tired of shit looking like it was made for 15-bit displays.


This is very helpful when watching breaking bad title and credits!


Excellent reason for this App Purchase! Count me in.

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sebastian tzuztu

Freaking joke? For free on the web,itune store...

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Marshall Tigner

Walter White could have used this

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