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BlackBerry’s Top Z10 & Q10 App Releases for the Week

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Its the Wednesday again which means BlackBerry has put out their list of top app releases for the week. Kobo is taking the headline here but there are some other goodies. Many of these we have already covered in the past week but we will cover the others shortly!

Kobo:

Now you don’t have to worry about leaving your summer reading at home with the launch of Kobo, an eReading application available to BlackBerry® Z10 and BlackBerry® Q10 customers. The app will enable Readers on-the-go to carry, browse and shop the more than 3.5-million books sold on Kobo’s eBookstore, as well as the ability to automatically sync their library across any device they own. The application is currently available in BlackBerry World.

BlackBerry Z10 Apps:

News & Magazines:

· MTV News (Viacom International Inc.)*

Sports:

· Official Mobile App of WWE (WWE, Inc.)*

Navigation & Travel:

· Official app from Jet Airways (Jet Airways India Limited)

Games:

· Cut the Rope: Experiments (ZeptoLab UK Ltd.)*

· Blippar (Blippar.com)

*Also available on BlackBerry Q10

BlackBerry Q10 Apps:

News & Magazines:

· Gazetta Mobile (RCS MediaGroup S.p.A.)

· Première (Lagardère Active Digital)

Navigation & Travel:

· Vélib’ (Paris.fr)

· British Airways (British Airways PLC)

Photo & Video:

· PicStory (Risto Mobile Solutions)

Multimedia:

· Crackle (Crackle, Inc.)

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  1. Too bad the Kobo app requires access to my shared files. As much as I wanted this app, I had to delete it.

    • Sorry, but how do you think app will save your downloaded books to your device IF you don’t allow access to the shared files?

  2. As much as I love my Q10 – and I DO love it – I think BlackBerry really needs to figure out a way to make apps run across both form factors without requiring developers to rework and resubmit their apps. I don’t know if the solution is a method of scaling, or letterboxing, or what, but it’s frustrating seeing apps for one model that simply can’t be installed on the other.

    • Fair point, but this is not always BlackBerry’ issue… Developer must allow (in the developer portal) for application to be available for each device separately (Z10, Q10, Q5,,,,).Separate codding is not (always) required as most development tools will handle “viewport” (or screen resolution) with no issues out of the box… But it depends on the tools used, application features and th developer.. Playbook and old BBOS7 devices aside, this should be no brainer..

      • Don’t disagree a bit, but I think it’s in BlackBerry’s best interest to figure out the problem. The more apps available across all BB10 devices the better for their market share.

        One of the perceptions that I think is floating around is lack of quality apps. It’s a fair argument to an extent (along with the lack of some ‘big name’ apps) so making it as easy as possible for apps to hit all devices has to be a step in the right direction.

        • You have point on the perception. I also believe that BlackBerry have done excellent job luring developers in and making development of the BlackBerry10 apps simple and easy. One of my apps was even made automatically available on Q10 with no intervention from me… but again, not the same rule for everyone… (check “myLister” in BlackBerry appWorld.)

  3. Someone can tell me how to setting whatsapp profile photo on BlackBerry Q10. Thanks so much

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