The folks behind Photo Editor app for BlackBerry are back with another very useful app, LED Notifier. Pepper.pk has a history of coming out with the top BlackBerry apps.
Their Photo Editor for BlackBerry devices has occupied the no. 1 rank on AppWorld twice in the past three months and now with LED Notifier, they are again currently ranked the best selling Blackberry application in the world.
The latest version of RIM’s Facbook BlackBerry app is now available for download – Facebook for BlackBerry 2.0
Facebook for BlackBerry 2.0 now supports Facebook Chat and Messages in one unified mailbox (the new Facebook Messages).
Now this something big! It is rumoured that RIM’s BlackBerry Messenger mgith be soon available on Android and iOS devices.
BGR reports that RIM is still working on the strategy and when to make it available for Android and iOS users, but it could be anytime before the end of this year.
If you thought BlackBerry will be done with touch handsets after the failure of BlackBerry Torch 9800, well, it doesn’t seem like that. A video was posted on YouTube of an unannounced BlackBerry device, rumoured to be the BlackBerry Storm 3 – but was soon pulled off.
This device has been codenamed Monaco and is Verizon branded with a very early OS build running on it. You can clearly see the lag in the menus.
TweetDeck CEO teased us with a 20 seconds video clip showing us the sign in process on TweetDeck for Android app.
TweetDeck Android app public beta is just round the corner as TweetDeck promised to make it available for everyone in this week.
TweetDeck for Android is getting the first public beta sometime in this week! A blog post on the TweetDeck blog revealed that the Android Twitter client, TweetDeck for Android is now almost ready and will be open up for public testing in this week.
TweetDeck first announced TweetDeck for Android back in April. For now, we don’t even have any screenshots of app running on any device, but soon enough everyone will get their hands on it with the public beta.
As reported earlier, the government of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as per their announcement today shut down BlackBerry messaging service effective immediately. All three of the carriers in Saudi Arabia have blocked the BlackBerry messaging service due to the issues which had a dispute raised between the Saudi government and the BlackBerry administration about access to private and encrypted information of BlackBerry users.
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BlackBerry Torch (Bold 9800) was announced two days back, soon after Saudi Arabia announced the BlackBerry services ban which is starting this Friday. It features the latest Blackberry OS 6 which also announced a day earlier.
Bad news has struck both Research In Motion (RIM) and all BlackBerry users present in Saudi Arabia as the authorities there announced today that they would be blocking some of the BlackBerry services from this Friday. This decisions comes at the time when RIM is already having a hard time in the Middle East with several countries having an objection on the services provided by RIM.