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  • Viigo (CrackBerry Viigo of course!)

    130 37.25%
  • Vlingo

    24 6.88%
  • TellMe

    6 1.72%
  • Pageonce

    17 4.87%
  • Poynt

    6 1.72%
  • Google Maps

    84 24.07%
  • World Mate

    8 2.29%
  • Telenav

    9 2.58%
  • Documents To Go

    49 14.04%
  • Other (be sure to post your favorite below!)

    16 4.58%
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  1. Kevin Michaluk's Avatar
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    Default 2008 Cracky - Best Productivity App

    Vote for your Favorite Productivity App Above!

    Again, when it comes to classifying apps into distinct categories, sometimes it gets a little tricky. That said, this category is geared towards productivity, which sort of means this is the app on your phone you use a lot as you love what it does for you.

    I'm sure we're missing many good candidates here, but since we're capped at 10 if you have another favorite be sure to post vote other and post it below!
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    I voted for TellMe. What a great app. Thanks to Blacklatino for turning me on to that app.
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    Viigo for me...
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    eOffice. Much better than Docs2Go. I could not imagine doing my
    job without it. Viigo as a productivity app? Really? Seems more
    of a diversion than something that actually get things done.
    Last edited by amazinglygraceless; 01-02-2009 at 08:29 PM.
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    Live search. U can search for anything on the fly and even get driving directions. Runner up IMO is weather eye.

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    World Mate for this guy.
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    Since I voted other, it is Pocket Informant BB.
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    PodTrapper has the potential to be on the 2009 list for sure.

    the developer is really working hard on it.
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    i voted for google maps.

    unfortunately microsoft live search doesnt work on the storm.
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    I voted for Docs to Go because it's more of a productivity app but wanted to vote for Google Maps as well. In fact, based on kevin's criteria, I should have because I love what it does and like to use it a lot.
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    Telenav... I use it everyday. The CB launcher should have been there. Productivity at it's best... no searching bookmarks or typing the url.
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    Viigo - hands down...
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    PeekAWho. Though the current release is a little buggy, the concept is great for me, since email is the main use of my BB.
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    I looooooooove me some Viigo!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyLadyMD View Post
    Live search. U can search for anything on the fly and even get driving directions. Runner up IMO is weather eye.

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    If you like Live Search, you will love TellMe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayden0606 View Post
    Telenav... I use it everyday. The CB launcher should have been there. Productivity at it's best... no searching bookmarks or typing the url.
    ditto.....I have not gotten lost a single time since I got telenav!! (thats saying a lot cause I get lost easily!) It is also great for getting phone numbers, finding cheap gas, etc. Definately telenav for me!
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    Viigo addicted for life (at least for this BB's life)
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    Vlingo for sure, I'm a lazy white man!
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    It was a toss up between Docs to Go and Google Maps for me...
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    Live Search
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    Viigo is or was one of my favorites.
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    Google Maps

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    I have to be honest and go with what I use most. I have quite a few apps installed

    Viigo

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    Quote Originally Posted by amazinglygraceless View Post
    eOffice. Much better than Docs2Go. I could not imagine doing my
    job without it. Viigo as a productivity app? Really? Seems more
    of a diversion than something that actually get things done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Queen4111 View Post
    How? Explain.
    1) Native editing of MS Office docs, without futzing with cumbersome
    workarounds.

    2) Remote Access - If you have a data plan you can remotely connect
    to any PC you legitimately have access to and view, edit, email and
    forward docs to and from it.

    3) Fax from your phone

    4) Print docs and photos from your phone

    5) Email files on your computer using your BB

    6) Full integration with Google Docs

    7) Unlimited online storage
    etc, etc, etc...

    Oh and it is $40 less expensive than Docs2Go Premium.
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