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Two web pages on one screen? Check out Web Splitter for BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 10 May 2013 01:39 pm EDT
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Web Splitter for BlackBerry 10 is probably one of the strangest apps I have used to date. However, it is also one of the most clever ones! Now, this won't be everyone's cup of tea but imagine having two web pages open on your BlackBerry at the same time with a split screen. That's just what Web Splitter does and it comes with a bunch of features and tweaks that can be made.

If you get the chance to watch the above video I would highly recommend it as my description probably won't do it justice. Within the app you can add as many bookmarks as you like, alter the size of the two web pages if you fancy one being bigger than the other and also easily switch to viewing one of them full screen.

The features don't stop there. The application is BBM integrated and as an extra bonus there is also a RSS Reader built in so you can simply view the feeds from any of the websites you have bookmarked - sounds sweet doesn't it?

The app is priced at £1.50/$1.99 and if you ask me that's pretty good value for money for what you get. I will be honest and say it's not an app I would use very often but certainly one I will keep on my Z10 for If I do need it.

Features of Web Splitter include:

  • Two web pages in one screen
  • Simple easy and clean cascades interface
  • Save to favorites
  • Load from favorites
  • Create custom favorite
  • Share favorites and urls to anywhere
  • Active frame showing what is viewed in each grid
  • Easily customise the size of each grid
  • Option to open url in BlackBerry 10 browser (youtube videos for example)
  • Free updates
  • More grid configurations to come
  • Small size

More information/Download Web Splitter for BlackBerry 10

163 comments

Islam Abdallah

Why is everything is paid? :(

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emanuscript

Exactly!

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Islam Abdallah

Good point

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canucksfan

"If you're good at something, never do it for free"

- The Joker

00stryder

+1

Posted via CB10 & loving it!

BerryWizard

So well said.

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Islam Abdallah

You are right

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Islam Abdallah

Guys go easy one me lol, it's just that I am still a student I am not working yet xD that's all :)

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kill_9

If you can afford a notebook, the paper kind, you can afford a BlackBerry OS 10 application, most of which are less than a can of Coca-Cola.

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Islam Abdallah

Well my friend it's just that I don't have a god damn visa not cut I am poor lol

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rajbir01

Are you a terrorist?

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Islam Abdallah

Not cool -_-

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Bravo-_-

Well said.lol

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Jamez Avila

Did he just ask why everything is paid??? Wow.
Well I might not use it much except to show off to iPhone users but I'm gonna buy it just to show support to the devs! I've bought quite a few apps just for support and to keep them interested in making more BB10 apps!

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jason9900

Same! Good to know I'm not the only one

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buylocal_getaBB

Awesome sentiment, I completely agree and have done the same

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wgtcarlos

Looks like this sentiment is not quite the same for everyone. The apps and games reviews are all full of discouraging comments and I say that as a dev. There are a bunch of kids out there without parental supervision posting all kinds of reviews (and some others "grown up" too). In my opnion (and I'm a big fan of BlackBerry) someone is not doing its jobs on filtering stuff as needed at this stage of early development. I agree that the BlackBerry people demands nothing but stellar products and apps, but BlackBerry people also needs to realize that this is a brand new OS and brand new apps demands time (and incentive) to grow. I truly hope this good sentiment regarding devs and new apps shown here gets to everyone in this community.

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djraz_official

I read this and smiles. It's so true. Ok that said as an adult I have to start leaving si dopey comments so people won't get those apps. Uhm someone shoot me because that's what kids do. As adults we should be more appropriate. I only buy apps that fit my requirements hut if an app doesn't fit my requirement but is native to bb10 and crackberry says it's good I wi check it out and get it if it looks ok. Just to support the developers so they will support blackberry 10 Os and up :) i can code but chose not to because of time. I'm a pro dj. I do what I do best. You developers do what u do beat. I don't see people complaining about spending $200 on a music festival rocket to see me perform. Who the hell am I to complianing on spending less than $5.00. To all developers. Keep up the work and I'll support you without complaining on the cost. But I will complain if something doesn't work as advertised. Just directly to the developer and not to everyone else. :) cheers. That's my input

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Islam Abdallah

I'm going to do that nearly year when I get my credit card, good idea

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Islam Abdallah

Next year*****

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glamrlama

I can't build a smartphone. So I bought one. I can't write apps. So I buy them. Your mileage may vary. If I could i would make every app at least $1. BBRY should have a new slogan; "Want free apps? Buy a different smartphone." or "BB10; the OS for devs that want to get paid."

Islam Abdallah

Mmm good point, but they also need to get more payment methods though

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TouchScreen123

Everything is paid on Blackberry because its a small company unlike Android/Apple and therefore have very little ad supported versions of apps.

TimJohnSmith

Not true there are many free apps on BlackBerry World.

Posted via CB10 on my Z10 on Rogers

TouchScreen123

Well I didn't mean literally everything lol. I've gotten some great free games on my Playbook. Its something like 80% paid on Playbook and 20% free. Its 80% free and 20 paid on Android. But that's the advantage of being a mega corp. For example I downloaded the Iron Man 3 game for free on my Samsung tonight and its unreal. But Samsung can afford to do that sort of thing.

Iamanonymous62

"But Samsung can afford to do that sort of thing"

Unless Samsung is the developer of that game, I don't see how they have anything to do with the pricing?

TouchScreen123

Not sure how that works, but I'm thinking the bigger a company is the more 3rd party apps they can support and have tons of sponsors to place the adds in the games so they are free. I love the free apps on my Samsung but equally the quality of Playbook apps. There's a certain intamacy you get from Blackberry because we're dealing with a company who's big enough to produce great stuff but small enough to treat you like you're a person. I'm new here but really love the comfprtable one on one atmosphere in this forum compared to the Samsung forum I also post in.

Iamanonymous62

How do you explain the fact that the game is the same price on other companies devices? (LG, HTC, Motorola, Huwaei etc.)

TouchScreen123

You mean how Angry birds HD for example is $2.99 on Android and the same game is $4.99 on Playbook? I'm guessing (but not sure) it costs the devs more to develop for Playbook for some reason. Not sure but Playbook might be harder to program for. I do know that the Playbook version of Angry Birds is exquisit.

bizclouder

Not usually true. Free apps will likely sell your name and info from your BlackBerry that you gave permission. Whereas paid apps will likely not. You got to read the fine print before installing.

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Islam Abdallah

Good point

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Islam Abdallah

Okay guys enough, lol I am truly sorry xD, I am convinced already from the first comment, thanks for paying attention, and please, comments like if I am

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Islam Abdallah

,, if I am a terrorist or not, are really stupid and impolite at all.

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jordandrews90

I'll be sure to try this :)

z10fido

Because we are bbry cash cow. Apps that are free for other platforms we have to pay for and most don't even work well.

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sk8er_tor

There is no such thing as FREE.

kupfernigk

No, you pay for them by supplying someone with information about you. Android and iOS battery life is affected by those free apps phoning home. Better to pay and know what you are getting.
I've just retired from full time software development. Would I have done it for free? No, I priced my skills at the market rate. But for that, few of us could afford to work - and there would be no personal computing.

Oscar_E

Free ? you mean those apps full of ads that everytime you open the app shows first another game, or app related to the company that makes them, those apps that after every 2 mins show a pop-up advertizing something ? you mean those apps that don't even work fully unless you buy an upgrade ?? you mean those annoying "you have to share everything on facebook or twitter" to get bonus and stuff ? is that what you call free ???

give me a break !!

tfmartin

This would really add value when connected to the hdmi to external monitor.

jordandrews90

Good point, never thought of that!

Dave Bourque

Can PlayBook be bridged with the Z10 in a functional way??

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shootsscores

Yes.

Does BB10 offer the full bridge functionality of BBOS? No.

kill_9

Until full functionality is restored to BlackBerry Bridge for BlackBerry OS 10, BlackBerry Bridge is largely crippled by BlackBerry's hubris and Team BlackBerry's amateur hour performance.

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theblackotter

Hmm, good idea.

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TouchScreen123

This is one of the strong points of my Playbook. Love how you can hook it up to my big HDTV. Because of this simple yet effective feature, my Playbook is a great gaming machine, web browser and HD movie/video player. To bad my other tablet doesn't have this feature.

Iamanonymous62

What tablets don't have TV out?

omega supreme

As far as i know, ipads don't have any ports of any kind other than to charge it...and if you want to use that port for anything else you would need to buy other accessories for it...evidently millions of people don't seem to mind this waste of their money.

TouchScreen123

Ya My Samsung is the same and needs a special adapter. And my Playbook has an HDMI out which makes a lot of my friends jealous. As for iPad you have to be either rich or have a credit card to get one. I was talking to a buddy of mine last night and he got his little girl the 128GB iPad but had to max his card out as it cost him $900!! He said the purchase was also for him as he planned to store a ton of his media on the 128GB. I've got 32GB but cant even imagine 128GB of storage space.

TouchScreen123

Probably none but my Samsung Galaxy requires a special adapter which is a drag.

Kevin Michaluk

This is pretty cool actually. Buying!

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scalemaster34

?

Think Samsung already has it.

MC_A_DOT

Its built into Samsung's 4.1.2....go figure

shootsscores

Very cool. Two Flash sporting events on my HDTV.

FOIA Gras

How is it useful to have two browser windows side by side? That is like browsing on a Bold with a single window. Just too little real estate too much of the time. It seems to negate one of the biggest benefits of the Z10's larger display.

HartfordWhalers

I'm struggling with when I would use this feature. Any ideas?

crimsonking

Comparing info on 2 different websites without switching between them again and again. This is one use I have in mind.

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07thking

Hmm, listening to a YouTube video in one while reading in another :)

Rezia

Online shopping when you need to compare two things in two different websites.

I do a LOT of online shopping--mostly feeding my addiction to shoes--so that's what I would use it for.

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HartfordWhalers

Thanks all...makes total sense now

TouchScreen123

You're struggling? I would use it anytime I am multitasking. The combinations are endless.
1: Comparing websites
2: Playing games and researching cheat codes
3: Cut and paste notes from emails/web and any text source
4: Look up info from any app while on a phone call
5: Use your camera and picture/video editor together

And I can think to a dozen other ways to use this app. Its vry powerful, so just use your imagination.

Iamanonymous62

It only displays two WEB PAGES so I don't think you could do 2, 4 or 5

TouchScreen123

Either way if I get the app I'm gonna have fun experimenting lol.

etnt7

Awesome app!

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so crow

Should be free

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DivideBYZero

You can write your own version for free.

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canuckvoip

No... People should stop devaluing the awesome work that these great developers do. Suck it up and pay for your entertainment and productivity.
Sheesh... talk about self entitlement...

TouchScreen123

Yes either sucks it up or buy another tablet.

VR6

You probably spend more on your Starcrap coffee and it won't be as useful as this app so stop whining.

MasterOfBinary

Damn Apple really screwed devs when the app store started making people expect everything for free. There are programs (not necessarily this one) that could be sold for $30 or $100+ on a PC and people would complain if it's $5 on a phone.

All the comments like this make me not want to develop for BB, since nobody would buy my apps anyway.

jonesy39

Would be a nice app to have for the PlayBook if it ever gets BB10. I can see times using this on a larger device.

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kfroese

Absolutely! This would be fantastic on the larger PB screen.

doubleuc

Yep, do it please.

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TouchScreen123

For sure and can you imagine using this on Playbook hooked up to a huge hdtv. That would take it to the next level. Hope bb10 comes to PlayBook one day.

shootsscores

This should run from a Z via hdmi cable to a large screen. It would be cool to be it on the PlayBook and use the Z as the remote.

bbmtna

Got to love how they demo the crackberry website within blackberry world for this app

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calicocat2010

This should had been made native in the Browser. I can see a lot of use of this for those that multitask and need to see two different things at the same time.

Tyler Silver

Doesn't the galaxy come with this ability for free already on the phone..smh should have got an s4

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arfin

Lmao yah because you have to pay $1.99 to get it on the BlackBerry ...

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Oscar_E

i don't think it works the same, i know you can open a vid and then leave it hovering over the screen, but you say that the phone has it already for free, but first you have to pay US $750 the get the phone, plus is still android, :P

homl

Awesome for hooking up to a to a HDTV or monitor! Buying!

thecsman

You could do "Who's hotter?" on two Facebook chick pages. Take that Zuckerberg!

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kevets

Two chicks at the same time! Haha.

Liked the video actually, cool "a-ha" moment when it switches to landscape mode and you can see the power of it. Would love to see a demo of this on a big screen. Cool concept!

07thking

I'm getting this now!

jic999

If web splitter had the Reader function like in the normal browser this would be excellent, reading the webpages in this format is not that great, lets get the Reader function

ofutur

Should be part of the OS, just like on Android. Only being able to have 2 web apps at the same time is a bit limiting.

chocol8thunda

If $2 is gonna break your bank; best be looking for a new line of work. We get whatsapp free, lamephone users don't. We pay for some, they pay for some.

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Wolf35Nine

lamephone! That's pretty funny

R Field

Doesn't Android do this already? Cool app though it's always good to support devs who make apps for BlackBerry 10.

CB10- BlackBerry Z10

mr_zed10

I think its the Samsung phones only, that allow splitting the screen where you can have video next to the browser, or a web page next to a word document app, select apps only.

InspGadget

If used with the standard browser technically you can have 3 pages open at once, if leave the two apps running, & just hop between the two. :-)

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BadGoliath42

Yeah or you could open different tabs if you don't mind switching screens :P

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Johnny Crack

What's 2$. On another note, native BB apps destroy all other apps on any other platform.

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ddouglas67

It's ONLY $2 DOLLARS. If it was $10 or $20 I could see some reason to complain. And no, I'm not well off. Just a regular joe who will purchase GOOD apps that support developers to continue making good apps.

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MasterOfBinary

Haha. The people who complain also pay $10 for a sandwich that lasts ~10 minutes.

april1999

I think most of you don't remember or have forgot when you were students cash was limited. I don't mind paying for apps but for the people who can't afford to buy every app, try looking for the lite version of the app. It is usually free and let you test out the key features before deciding to buy. I tend to support developers more who have a lite and a paid version. All in all this is a good app for people who like to use the Web and compare items or like having the side by side view of two pages. I tried it with the Lowes and Home Depot page...app works great the ten minutes I had to test it.

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BadGoliath42

I'm still a student paying for everything, and living by myself, and I say if you got the money to buy a Z10 or pay for a smartphone's plan monthly fee, you can spend a couple of bucks per month on apps if you are to actually use them.

I agree with you about the Lite version though, it is a good way of judging the app. If only this function was implemented in BlackBerry World on a single app page instead of two separate, now it would be cool.

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jojo beaconsfield

This sounds great,Cld I BBM video call two people at the same time ,like a conference call?

doubleuc

First app I've purchased on my z10, a word I never use.......awsome!!! never knew I needed it lol!

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pagozahd

Just bought pretty good actually..

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daveshiz

Awesome another example of just what bb10 is capable off

koolrosh

What a quality app! We need more of these on App World and we need Crackberry to showcase more of these.

EarthyBerry

I'm buying it now! LOVE the idea!

But bu the way, is there a way to get a refund for paid apps? I just got RIPPED OFF by a horrible app. :-(
It wasn't much money-wise, but I refuse the idea to let them keep a penny for such an app.

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BerryZ10

The perfect App!! I'm so happy with it!!
Just buy and test yourself. Very cool!!

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dalien

It doesn't support a YouTube video in any of the screens

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El Platanero

I got. Haven't even tried it. I love these kind of apps.

Feel free to add me 24EFEB55

niss63

Bought it; great app. Worth the money. Here's the link:

http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/25840873

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mnc76

Can anyone tell me if the RSS reader loads news in the app itself, or does it just send you to the web page?

If it loads them in the app then this is worth it just for the RSS reader!! Still really really miss the amazing Social Feeds app from BB7 with its great RSS reader!

niss63

It opens in an RSS window, which gives you the option to go to the Web Site. It appears to be a good reader, at first blush.

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Wolf35Nine

The more quality apps, the better! This will be useful to some folks. To the devs: keep up the good work. Its interesting to see a lot of people say blackberry doesn't have enough apps and when something nice gets released, others raise issues about the cost.

dirt662

Buying!!!

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dannyd86

Does it use the BB10 browser and all its html5 power. Or is it a seperate browser? Does things like youtube and google maps work?

niss63

It will open Google maps and YouTube, but they are not usable.

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nexus2905

It's been proved prior versions did not rotate with screen. However noticed new bugs especially when resizing screens.

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Tomas Carrillo

I'd be nice to get that on apps.

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Sirhill

Seems to be a good app. A great way for me to consume all of my b logging at once

Posted via CB10 on my Z10

TouchScreen123

Looks interesting. Sort of the next step of how Playbook lets you run multiple apps on the same screen.

thelink74

James can you kindly demo this on the Q10?

geogejost

Sounds like useful playbook app

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Savior4Life

$2.00 for something that should be intergrated into the OS. No thanks.

MasterOfBinary

Yea because all the other OSs have it. Let's see, Samsung, um, and which other ones? I don't think it's that standard of a feature yet.

Iamanonymous62

IOS has a bunch of these dual browser apps

Savior4Life

Ya, why would BBRY actually get ahead of the curve for once. That's absurd....

level

Umm, so the title...

MoneyMense

When it comes to buying apps. I go buy this. Of you can afford snacks from a vending machine you can afford apps. 1.99 is a can of coke and a bag of chips to me. I'll survive.

Mense

Posted via white BlackBerry z10 with no case to show off the bb logo.

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Shadberry Bold

Either you're a buyer or seller anything in between is irrelevant

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TimJohnSmith

This needs to be posted to www.appcentral.ca this would be awesome to show the masses what is available. Can anyone make a video using the app while attached to a big screen via hdmi?

Posted via CB10 on my Z10 on Rogers

kozmo68

I'm going to buy it because I can. And because like me, developers need to be paid.

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xamdam

Looks good downloading now, love to have this app on my PLAYBOOK too, please make it so.

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shootsscores

Well, I've realized that the app doesn't support video or Google maps. Still, it's a cool idea and am thinking it might be useful. Also, native apps are silky smooth.

z10fido

Can someone explain to me again why in should care about developers who seem to care more about taking full access to me device and info and getting paid for the pleasure or stealing my info?

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z10fido

Ahhhh terrible grammar. Drunk post

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HB Au

Do not need for the small 4'2 inch

tommo7788

Does it run flash?? That's the deal breaker for me

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mediadavid

Hmmm. Never mind crackberry fixing BlackBerry, it seems that crackberry also has to fix the BlackBerry users. This sort of attitude is pretty distasteful...basically, if you want a free app, make it yourself. I'm sure it's really easy and doesn't take any time at all.

If you can't or won't, then quit your whining.

Of course this attitude isn't only BlackBerry users, it's been noted lots before that the app business model is kinda screwed.

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TouchScreen123

Some good points. I paid for plenty of my Playbook apps but have been fortunate enough to be there when Blackberry was giving them for free for a limited time. But then again I've been with Playbook since day one on April 19, 2011 and still love my Playbook bigtime. I also have a Samsung Galaxy but not really to get free apps (even though that's a bonus) but because I wanted to get some apps that Playbook just wasn't offering like Skype and the newest Angry birds Friends games. Other then that, I don't work for free and don't expect devs to either so I don't have a problem paying. Its called respect for the devs and a lotta customers just want a free ride.

zambanini

Shit app. Bad review.

This "Review" should be marked as paid advertisement.

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fusspilzsammler

Well feature for 10.1 :)

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Tyler Silver

I'm tired of people saying it's only 2 dollars...like I'm not going to pay for something that others get for free...that's like selling air...it's the concept not the fact that it's 2 dollars. It's just something that should have been on the phone since day 1...

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Oscar_E

It would be nice and wise if BlackBerry contact this Dev directly and offer him some sort of a contract/patent or something like that, to include this feature as a built in the BB10 browser, so we have the option in the default browser, and they can even research in this to make more multiscreen options available within the OS itself.

xamdam

Well I purchased it and at times for some websites it slow loading and freezes up and i have to close app and try again, but same thing when opening some sites.

Also one thing I don't like is when you choose to just Show Grid 1 or 2 it does not go full screen, so your still on seeing half of screen on the full screen in Landscape Mode. This needs to be Corrected as what good is the app in land scape mode?

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xamdam

Awesome app by the way and keep the updates going.

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tushargkwd

Before playbook, i never imagined buying apps. I had always thought that apps should be free..

But now I don't mind paying for good apps. Same goes on with my z10 and I love my apps.

Posted via CB10 on my awesome Z10

easydoesit99

James! Very impressive review! Much better then that other review you attempted about a talk and text app.

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David Chu

Will this work with my q10 :)

Jk

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tzapps

Hello everyone. Thanks for the nice comments. Thanks for the bad comments too. Let me clrear some things up about this app.
-Video support works only for 10.1 OS. In some cases full screen playback cant be overiden. In other cases it is.
-We decided to go with free zooming and not autofiting because in previous versions overzooming was pixelating the content. Now it is ok. And most pages (like crackberry) will autofit.
-Power mode locks grid one and opens any link clicked there in grid 2.(ex. Twitter , open all links to grid 2 without leaving your timeline)
-Cookies are default enabled, no history is saved and no access in any file or info is needed or asked by the app. No backlogging or anything malicious in any way. Even bbm has option to stop autoposting when saving a webpage or subscribing for an rss feed.Privacy is precious.
-Q10 support is a question mark by itself. It is tested, works nice, but the screen is too small for this app to be handy. So at the moment will not be supported.Playbook on the other hand is in our future targets.
-Some minor issues gets fixed with 10.1 os. Some dont. Like pop up windows handler. We are working on that but it seems that its not in our hands. Thats why there is an option to open any link from any grid to native browser.
- And finally the 1,99$ issue. It was 2,99$ in early days. We are going to keep the price at 1,99$. We are doing this for CrackBerry fans.

I think i covered most of the comments with this. Please send any questions tzapps1@gmail.com. I will be happy to answer them for you. There are some comments in here that will go to TZapps Hall of Fame of comments. We really appreciate you guys!!! Thanks for the support!!!! We will do our best to keep you happy!

Dubai777

I know my friend got this same thing for free in his S3 screw BlackBerry apps all paid

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BlackBerry USA

Good app. I can use it. For those who have installed it, what permissions did the app request? Does it harvest contact lists & data files?

Thanks.

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TouchScreen123

I am not one of the fortunate ones who has a Z10 and have just the Playbook but I can say this. When this sort of app asks for contact lists and personal files its pretty much standard and you cant get the app unless you accept. So much for privacy in 2013 lol.

cali122

Why is the option not in native os?? Come on BlackBerry, you have to work better, harder and faster!!!

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johnny222

Wish the option was native as well...
http://www.egga.ch