Its the Wednesday again which means BlackBerry has put out their list of top app releases for the week. This one is pretty light again though I am loving the easy access to Android apps on the latest leak. BlackBerry’s new Express app is the highlight for my week too.
Highlights of the Week:
All BlackBerry devices running 10.2 can create high-quality, professional presentations on-the-go in just minutes with BlackBerry Express (beta). Designed with “mobile first” in mind, this new tool lets you easily create and display stunning presentations right from your smartphone. For external output, HDMI/Miracast supported. FREE in BlackBerry World today.
NBC Universal has officially launched Dvice for BlackBerry 10 – the premier app for the latest coverage on tech, science, art and design. The Dvice mobile app brings users all the stories, demos, videos and photos for up-to-date coverage on the things that will be affecting lives in the future. Dvice is available for download today on BlackBerry World.
Now Available on BlackBerry 10:
- CIBC Mobile Payment App (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce)
- Commerzbank (Commerzbank)
- Stock Trader (Kotak Securities Limited)
- JW Cards (Renren Inc)
Navigation & Travel:
- Booking.com (Booking.com)
- Raptors Basketball (xesmedia)
Music & Audio:
- FIT Radio (FIT Radio)
Here are the top ‘must-haves’ apps according to our BlackBerry developers:
- Pastry Push (ReFocus Labs) “Swipe your way through challenging levels, solve fun puzzles and complete tough mazes in this addictive and unique physics-based game.”
- Skip-Bo (Magmic) “Amazing graphics, animations, and sound for one of the top card game experiences on BlackBerry.”
- LeVamp (High Voltage Software, Inc) “LeVamp is a low cost game, but the quality of the overall package is awesome!”
- Shopping Mall (Stark Apps GmbH) “Shopping Mall is so interesting and easy to play. Fun and addictive.”
- Ringed! (MirrorHouse Entertainment) “Classic game but still addictive.”
- Toy Race (Kymo Games) “Toy Race is a very fun game, especially if you used to like micro-machines!”