BlackBerry App Roundup 9/18/15

Howdy CrackBerry nation! How are you all doing on this fine day? The weekend is here and it is time once again to not only bring you some great apps and games but give a shoutout to all the news that hit the blog this week. The big story this week was hands-on with the BlackBerry Venice and the new images that surfaced. Whether you are for or against Android on BlackBerry, you have to admit the keyboard is sweet! I for one cannot wait to get my hands on the new device. I always loved my BlackBerry Torch 9800. This week we also saw a sweet update to Blaq in the Beta Zone, BlackBerry CEO John Chen spoke at the Waterloo innovation summit in , and BlackBerry getting ready to announce their Q2 Fiscal 2016 results on September 25.

Now it's 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.

TouchRetouch by ADVA Soft


One can argue there are too many photo editing applications in both storefronts. However, this won't stop me from trying as many as I can. What hooked me into purchasing this application from the Amazon Appstore is how it grants users the option to remove unwanted objects from your photos. Were you the victim of a photobombing or an accidental guest? Have unwanted wires, poles, or other ghastly objects in the background you wish to get rid of? Have no fear, this application will save your photos. While you are performing edits in the application, a box appears in the upper corner of the screen with a zoomed in view to increase accuracy. When an area to remove is selected, it becomes red. Once you are finished with selecting the troublesome areas, tap the go button to perform the action. All of the highlighted objects or people are removed quickly and the background instantly vanishes as if it never existed. At the top of the screen are undo and redo options in case you make a mistake or are not satisfied with the results. You can purchase from the Amazon Appstore for $1.99.

Learn how to install TouchRetouch from the Amazon Appstore