No matter what your plans for 4th of July weekend you'll be sure to have your BlackBerry by your side. Make sure you're loaded up with apps, themes, ringtones and wallpapers to help you through the weekend. Here we have a quick list that will help you find what you need no matter if you're traveling, staying at home or stuck someplace with your in-laws.
If you're thinking of something slower this weekend maybe a good fishing trip is in order. Get away from the fatty foods and exploding fireworks and take a quiet trip to the wilderness to relax. There are some great apps for both fishing and boating that will keep things in order. Don't be bothered with all the craziness and take some time for yourself.
Fishing not your thing? Maybe you're more of a golf person? There are plenty of apps for that as well. From scorecards to range finders, your BlackBerry can do it all. You won't need a caddy for your next trip and everything will be right in your pocket with plenty of great golf apps for BlackBerry.
So you're more of a partier? Well there are apps for that too. If you'll be firing up the grill and pouring some cocktails for your friends, you'll want to be fully prepared. There are loads of bartending apps for BlackBerry that will make you the hit of the party. You'll have a full aresenal of drinks at your disposal so when someone asks for a Miami Vice you'll know just what to do.
Can't make it out for fireworks this year? There is a solution for that too (albeit a bit of a rip at $5.95). From e-Mobile comes e-Mobile Life: Fireworks. Watch fireworks right on your device ... and thats it. The app doesn't do much, but it's better than nothing (almost).
If you want to skip that apps all together and just deck out your device with a 4th of July theme, ringtone or wallpaper we have options for that too. You can check out all the goodies in our galleries and show off your patriotism all weekend long.
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