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Free Drag Lock Lite App Gives You A Taste of Pro Version

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Bulbera has a pretty slick Drag Lock app that sort of mimics the HTC style drag to unlock screen on Android phones. They have also released a lite version of their app that gives you a free trial of their pro version while leaving a good number of features intact after the trial. Both variants work on both newer model touchscreen and non touchscreen devices (use your trackpad).

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Features of both include:

  • Works directly with the native BlackBerry® lock button
  • Automatically locks when your backlight goes off
  • Unlock is as easy as swiping with your finger
  • Zero initial configuration
  • Starts automatically when your BlackBerry® is powered on and runs silently in the background. However, you can easily turn it off at any time.
  • Works for non touch screen devices as well (just use your trackpad)

The pro version and the free trial also include:

  • Configurable background. Use one of the backgrounds coming with the application or select a picture from your device memory / SD card.
  • Configurable sound effects
  • Customizable widgets: clock, notifications (new emails, SMS, BBM etc.), battery level and signal strength.
  • Option to disable auto locking on certain applications (either native or third party). Very convenient for browsers, maps, readers and others.
  • Option to lock during phone calls

You can pick up both versions in App World:

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  1. This is great. It runs very well and there is no lag at all.

    The only feature I would ask for is a setting to not lock will charging. I suspect that the default setting to not lock while in the Clock app is an effort to address this but it would be more useful if I set it so that it did not lock no matter what screen I was on while the phone is charging.

    • It’s not a setting to lock while in the clock, it means that the clock should show when using drag lock. I used it for a few weeks and it always timed out and locked. There wasn’t a way to get around it unless you switched it to off. In order to do this (and I don’t think I saw it when giving permissions), would be if the app requested to have the privilege to reset the security timer.

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