Third party Facebook Messenger app, Messenger, made its way to BlackBerry World after being available in beta via the CrackBerry Forums for the past couple of months. Only a few days later, we are seeing an update to the app. There are a few tweaks to the app, including a new icon and a splash screen.
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When we asked the CrackBerry nation 'Which BlackBerry 10 twitter app do you use' I was hedging my bets on BlackBerry's own native one and it looks like I was right.
Although it remains to be seen what, if anything, will become of the alleged BlackBerry Q30 / Windermere , case manufacturers are already getting started on making cases for the device it seems. It's a pretty common practice in the case world, you somehow end up getting the dimensions of a device before official release and you build a ton of cases for it making you the first to market with your offerings. Sometimes it pays off and other times you're left with a bunch of useless cases because of a last minute change or bad device info
A year ago right now I was in New York City, covering the launch of BlackBerry 10 in big city style (be sure to hit play for the replay of our awesome CrackBerry NYC Meetup!). Between those fond memories, yesterday's BlackBerry Experience: New York and the welcoming of NYC-based Jubei Raziel to the CrackBerry team, I couldn't take the not being in NYC anymore
Developer Nemory Oliver, behind the Snap2Chat app, has been working on his next app, a native Facebook messenger app.
I'm extremely excited to announce a new passionate BlackBerry enthusiast to our team. Give me a hand in welcoming Jubei Raziel to the CrackBerry blogs!! Since Friday I've received over 40 emails from hopeful candidates in response to my call for new passionate blood on CrackBerry. I'm still reading through all of the applications and need to get back to a lot of people, but Jubei's application was one of the first to come through and the decision to bring him onboard was immediate.
The results are in! We have the winners from our most recent contests. If you won you will be receiving an email from us in the next few days
A short while back we asked the CrackBerry nation " Do you lock your BlackBerry 10 smartphone using a password ". Although I don't use a password myself I wasn't at all surprised by the results - which saw 70% of BlackBerry 10 users voting that they did indeed use one. Read More