If you're looking to get into NFC on your BlackBerry smartphone, there is no better place to start than with NFCShortcuts. This simple app gives you the ability to program NFC tags to do thy bidding, quickly and easily. You can find inexpensive tags online at various outlets (like these I picked up on Amazon) and are only limited by your imagination. Team up NFCShortcuts with ShortcutMe and you can program the tags to do anything from turning on your alarm at night to enabling wifi when you're at home to texting your spouse when you're in the car. Check out all the fun stuff I did with mine.
NFCShortcuts sells for $2.99 in BlackBerry App World, but today you can grab it on sale for just $0.99 - that's over 60% off! Head to the link below for more.
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