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PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 1:09 pm 
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Hey guys, I just got a Curve last week and have been messing around on it to figure out all the features. That aside I was wondering if any of you had any apps to recommend? Could be anything really, I just want some cool software to throw on here and mess around with.


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Take it from a Tour owner, email is about the only app worth recommending on the BB!


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 8:54 am 
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I just got my Tour last week, and while email is my most-used function so far, there are a few others that I like.

OpenBeak for Twitter, mobile Google, Facebook - all good.

And one of may favorite things is making my own ringtones. Lame, I know. But being a Verizon customer being able to have some ringtone freedom is nice. Hell, my last phone didn't support Verizon's vCast crud, so I couldn't even but tones if I wanted them.


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I am a crackberry addict that is until I got to play with Droid the other day. That will be my next phone.


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Xman wrote:
I am a crackberry addict that is until I got to play with Droid the other day. That will be my next phone.


Yes, I too recently coddled a Droid. A coworker just snagged one. Stunningly fast little mobile trinket. IMO, the death of the BB is looming because of their inability to package in wifi. Email is becoming old tech, and it's the only think it does well.


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I would have it now as we do have an upgrade at this point but I just don't have the 2 bills to drop on a new phone right now.


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Archaos wrote:
That aside I was wondering if any of you had any apps to recommend?

I've got a BlackBerry Curve 8320, and one of the first apps I downloaded was BerryBuzz. This allows the phone to vibrate and ring at the same time when you have a call. The stock Curve doesn't allow this functionality.

kleinkinstein wrote:
IMO, the death of the BB is looming because of their inability to package in wifi.

The BlackBerry Curve 8320 offers WiFi whereas the 8310 offers GPS.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 31, 2009 11:13 am 
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Okay, I finally found something for the Curve that is likely worth the 28 quarters!


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