1. webber27's Avatar
    I feel so sorry for all the suckers who've spent good money on snap2chat when there's clearly a better option. It's called "App for Snapchat" - I mean come on, it even uses the real Snapchat name! Obviously more legit.

    You don't think it's a better option? Well guess what it's been near the top of BBW's Paid Apps for almost 3 months and I know BB is a phone for "serious professionals" so no way they'd let a subpar app hang out there. I can see in the reviews that snap2chat fanboys are out in force trying to degrade this app's good name, shame on them! This kind of behaviour really denigrates the BB10 brand.

    Go buy App for Snapchat now, support our awesome platform and amazing devs!

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    Sally Mack and tryfe like this.
    07-18-14 09:45 AM
  2. webber27's Avatar
    Look at that beautiful icon too, what a f*cking pro app... wish I could download it 16 times.

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    07-18-14 09:50 AM
  3. tryfe's Avatar
    Take my money!

    Posted via CB10
    07-19-14 07:05 PM
  4. eldricho's Avatar
    LOL

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    07-19-14 08:22 PM
  5. anon(5818411)'s Avatar
    Ive been complaining about them forever, BlackBerry doesn't seem like they care or want to regulate BlackBerry world..

    Even though this can be a reason why people take back their phones.

    Im surprised the devs didnt delete the comments

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    07-19-14 09:10 PM
  6. tryfe's Avatar
    On the contrary, BlackBerry emailed vendors recently and basically said to cut that sh*t out. That means new apps can't use it and I vaguely remember it saying that current apps would have to change their name...not to positive but they're trying.

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    07-19-14 09:14 PM
  7. vrud's Avatar
    At least BB World rules don't allow using app name directly. Most fakes start with "App for XXX" or "Guide for XXX".
    Compare it with play store that freely allows to take any trademark AND company name (example).

    That's why BB phones come with essential apps pre-installed such as BBM, Facebook, Twitter, etc. - to prevent the user downloading a spoofing malware.
    07-19-14 09:34 PM
  8. anon(5818411)'s Avatar
    On the contrary, BlackBerry emailed vendors recently and basically said to cut that sh*t out. That means new apps can't use it and I vaguely remember it saying that current apps would have to change their name...not to positive but they're trying.

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    news to me...
    07-19-14 11:59 PM
  9. Wissam Karaky's Avatar
    The idea is that the developer has explained exactly what the app does.. it is the user that is not reading the description before buying.. in my opinion, it is neither BlackBerry nor the develops problem

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    07-20-14 01:39 PM
  10. anon(5818411)'s Avatar
    The idea is that the developer has explained exactly what the app does.. it is the user that is not reading the description before buying.. in my opinion, it is neither BlackBerry nor the develops problem

    Posted via CB10
    Not sure where you were looking.

    You definitely have not looked at bbworld before your comment

    Even if that were the case you can't just steal someone elses app name. Blackberry also claims that it will reject your app of it has another app name in it.

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    07-20-14 02:46 PM

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