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JuiceCaster Beta for the BlackBerry Curve 8310 & 8330

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JuiceCaster, yet another online social network with video & picture sharing, now has a beta download for the Blackberry. For a limited time, you can sign up to receive the free JuiceCaster beta application. Currently it is only available for Blackberry Curves 8310 (AT&T) and 8330 (Verizon) in the U.S. but there are plans in coming weeks for a free beta for Blackberry Pearl users and for Blackberry users in Europe — so keep your eye out. I haven’t had the opportunity to download the application for myself, but thought it was worth mentioning for all your social networking lovers out there :0)

Here’s some info from their FAQ page:

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JuiceCaster is an award-winning social media application that enables you to post Blackberry pictures and videos in real time to your favorite websites, your friends, and cool new people you meet within the JuiceCaster mobile community. There are a number of exciting features that JuiceCaster offers , including:

  • Posting Blackberry video and picture updates directly to Facebook and Twitter.
  • Broadcasting your own mobile status update, and inviting friends and non-members to “follow” you.
  • Creating your own unique custom groups (e.g. Fantasy Football, Family) to send group video and picture messages to mobile phones, email, and online social networks.
  • Micro-blogging (video, picture, audio, and text) to your personal blog.
  • Searching and viewing videos and pictures right on your Blackberry.
  • Connecting with friends in real-time, and interacting with interesting new people you meet within JuiceCaster’s mobile community.

For more information or to sign up for the beta download, visit their site.

3 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Worth a mention it will work on an 8300 device NOT just 8310..safe to assume all other 83xx as well, although I can confirm it…I tested it out seems pretty freaking cool to me..nice UI as well..updates are fast..testing on twitter tomorrow as well.

  2. Thanks Blaize, the release info stated just the 8310 and 8330 but good to hear it may work on other devices…

  3. Constant “Unknown errors” are the only thing I get on my TMo 8320.. This was the 8330 version I was trying.

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