I’ve experimented with countless BlackBerry Apps and have found only a small percentage that are worth mentioning. Similiar to my previous post, 15 BlackBerry Apps That Don’t Suck, today’s Apps are ones I definitely recommend. The Apps below are free, will enhance your music experience, free your memory, help you search for what’s in the area and give your BlackBerry the ability to vibrate and ring at the same time.
TuneWiki – TuneWiki is referred to as “The Next Generation Social Media Player” and to me, it’s every bit worth the download. With this free version, TuneWiki scans and organizes your music, plays lyrics as subtitles, translates lyrics into 40 different languages, maps music played via location and provides top 50 lists in every country. It’s currently the #1 downloaded App from the BlackBerry App World.
QuickPull – QuickPull is a tool that Frees up your memory quickly by simulating a battery pull soft reset. You can manually run QuickPull or schedule it. If you’re like me and forget to close BlackBerry applications after using, this tool is extremely useful. QuickPull v2 is currently the #8 downloaded App from the BlackBerry App World.
Poynt – Free local search tool that connects you to find and connect to people, businesses, movie theaters and retailers in your local area. It’s GPS compatible, featuring click to call, click to browse, maps and directions, movie info and ticket purchase. It has a very attractive interface and is simple to use. Poynt is current the #19 downloaded App in the BlackBerry App World.
BuzzMe – This utility gives your BlackBerry the ability to vibrate and ring at the same time. It’s simple to setup and works quite well. BuzzMe is currently the #21 downloaded App in the Blackberry App World.
Do you have any Apps you’d like to recommend? Have you tried any of the above? As always, I’m interested in what you think about the Apps I listed and others you’ve checked out.