Howdy CrackBerry nation! Another week has just flown by and it has been a busy one indeed. We saw the latest and greatest version of Blaq released with a plethora of new features, UI tweaks, settings, and other notable additions, the announcement of CESlive 2015, and saw how celebrity chef and host Tyler Florence loves his BlackBerry.

Now it is time to bring you this week's picks for all your passionate BlackBerry addicts out there. You can find each app and game I've rustled up for you by clicking through the gallery below. If your favorite did not make the cut this week, remember you can help by offering your suggestions at the end.

Rumminy by Heris IT

First up this week is a new take on the classic Rummy or ginrummy card game. Rumminy is an online multiplayer game where you can compete against a friend, find a player, or against a random opponent. The objecto f the game is to dispose of all of the times in your hand. These combinations may consist of tiles of three or four successive numbers of the same color or three or four pieces of the same number but different colors. The game itself is quite fun as you try to figure out your next move. There is also a chat option for speaking with your opponents. The features I would like to see is being able to delete an invite for non responsive players and end a game. Rumminy is free to download for BlackBerry 10.

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eWallet for BlackBerry 10 by ILIUM SOFTWARE, INC.

While this application is not exactly new to the storefront, that doesn't mean we can't take a look at it. Previously available for BBOS, the developer released this Android port to secure your personal and financial information. For those who utilize eWallet on their PC and other devices this fully functional version lets you sync your information across multiple platforms. This includes credit card information, passwords, bank accounts, health information, and even security verification questions. With it's 256-bit AES encryption you can store, access, and create different wallets for all members of your family. The application is $9.99 and does not include the cost of the Windows, MAC OS or Tablet version.

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Email Organizer by NandkumarRS

Back in my BBOS days, I used to be able to set filter rules on BIS to organize and automatically sort emails. To fill in the gap on BlackBerry 10 is Email Organizer. It allows you to create rules for your email accounts on your device rather than on the server. All you have to do is create the rule and leave it running in the background (it is not headless). Setting up each of your rules is easy. Simply choose the email address from the dropdown list, select the folder you wish to send the message to, and pick which contact(s) you would like the rule to apply to on incoming email messages. Once those options are set, tap on save and agree to run the rule and that is it. All emails from those individuals will be automatically filed according to your selection. In addition, rules may be edited and deleted. For $0.99 this is a useful feature to organize your emails.

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Tiny Thief by Rovio Stars Ltd.

In this medieval adventure game your unconventional hero, the aforementioned thief, must pilfer select items without being detected by the guards. Each stage has its own level of difficulty and you maneuver your character by clicking and interacting with various objects on the screen. The visuals are clean and adorable and runs well on my BlackBerry Passport. If you find you have some free time and need a whimsical break you can purchase this for $2.99 in the Amazon Appstore.

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7 Minute Workout by BigStudio

In this day and age sometimes going to the gym or finding the time to exercise is not an option. This application utilizes the 7-minute technique that provides a high intensity workout using only your body weight, a chair, and a wall. It aims to give you the fitness benefits of a full workout but in much less time. There are twelve exercises you perform with a ten second transition for a total of seven minutes to complete the circuit. 7 Minute Workout is $1.99 and eliminates the need for additional equipment.

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What You Might Have Missed

Blink by Hill Studios

Previously available as a beta only application, Blink finally made its debut this past week. If you are not already familiar, it is a third party Twitch client for BlackBerry 10. Using this application you can browser currently streaming games and channels, view streams in full screen, play streams on second display via HDMI or Miracast, view profiles, follow/unfollow, search for games, channels, and users, and chat with other users. In order to work properly, your BlackBerry 10 device needs OS 10.3. Blink is free to download.

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Until next week...

That's it for this week folks. For more apps and games be sure to head on over to the CrackBerry Forums where you will find even more hidden gems to choose from whether it be for BlackBerry 10, BBOS or the BlackBerry PlayBook. Of course, you can always find the latest and greatest top editor's picks in the CrackBerry App Gallery. Are there any apps or games you would like to see? Feel free to leave your suggestions in the comments.

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