5 Must-Have Free Social Apps for BlackBerry
BlackBerry, the enterprise phone, is often dismissed as the “other” brand within social media communities. But worldwide, BlackBerrys still outnumber iPhones, and RIM has made major strides in recent years to become more social-friendly. You can use your BlackBerry not only for business, but for social media.
But which apps should you use? There are many social media-related apps available for BlackBerry, and it can be tough to pick only the good ones. To cut through the others, here are my top 5 social apps for BlackBerry.
1. BlackBerry Messenger
My clear number one choice for this list is BlackBerry Messenger, which I use almost exclusively when I travel out of the US. The app is basically a free SMS-alternative, to and from any point on the globe.
Additional features in the newest version include picture-sharing, group creation, voice notes, and a way to find people based on name or barcode (each device has its own). If you’re like me — a modern nomad — or you have friends and family spread out across the world, BlackBerry Messenger is a must-have.
BlackBerry’s own Facebook client comes already installed on most phones, and the newest version is even nicer and cleaner than before, getting closer to the user experience you’d expect on the web.
Features of the Facebook BlackBerry app include adding updates, mobile picture uploads, the ability to like and comment on posts, search for people, add new friends, and flip through the profiles of your old ones.
If you’re the type of person that updates your status at every red light, well, you probably need help. But you also probably need this app.
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UberTwitter is the best and most-used Twitter client for BlackBerry. UberTwitter basically gives you all the Twitter functionality you’d expect, including writing updates, viewing profiles, replying to or DMing specific users, and viewing your own timeline.
There’s more, though. The additional features of UberTwitter include geotagging, search, trending topics, and photo uploads (handled through TweetPhoto). Considering what else is out there, this app is a no-brainer.
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Evernote is a memo recording and organization app, that stores the information you input into your mobile, on the web. You can take down what you don’t want to forget, sort it by tags, and have it accessible again when you need it.
Features of the Evernote BlackBerry app include the ability to create text, photo, and voice notes, search and find notes you’ve already made, and tag and organize your notes in a system that works best for you.
Evernote makes life easier to organize. If you’re looking for a way to better collect your thoughts, or you want to share information easily with work partners or friends, Evernote will do the trick.
Pandora makes the list because of social features like sharing songs and stations… and because we have to listen to something while we’re tweeting, right?
Pandora is still the cream of the crop of online radio clients, and the BlackBerry app puts it right in your palm. Pandora for BlackBerry allows you to access and manage your stations, and create new ones from root songs or artists.
Just make sure, for the sake of the rest of us, that you have a good pair of headphones. And, course, an unlimited data plan.
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