1. Lignum Ignis's Avatar
    I would like to learn what apps people are using, anyone fancy sharing?

    Perhaps if I start:

    Blackberry World
    - RSS Savvy
    - Nobex (podcasts)
    - Ghost Commander
    - BGShellPlus
    - Unmissable
    - CB10

    Amazon App Store
    - eBay
    - CoPilot
    - Spotify
    - Heos
    - Giffgaff
    - bVNC
    - Fing
    - GSAM Battery Monitor
    - SamyGoRemote

    Playstore
    - Wunderlist
    - Google Maps
    - Tomtom Speed Cameras
    - Whatsapp
    - Hipchat
    - X-Plore
    - bVNC
    - Kore

    Other
    - Skype Lite
    - Terrarium

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    01-22-18 02:19 PM
  2. Kraeutermann's Avatar
    I would like to see a short sentence after each App to immediately see if it's relevant for me or why you would recommend it.

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    01-22-18 02:53 PM
  3. anon(2313227)'s Avatar
    BB Express - presentation maker
    Story Maker.. - video sharing, great for sending to grand parents (family)etc.
    both BB made apps. Does what it does and there is no equivelant on other platform that I know of.
    01-22-18 03:00 PM
  4. LSDBerry's Avatar
    Reddit in motion -Trolling
    Imgur -Trolling
    Crackberry app - Trolling
    Telegram - Actually communicating with people
    Whatsapp - Actually communicating with people
    BBM - Sending things to my other phones
    Spotify - Rockin' out
    Neutron - "
    BgShell - Work
    Opera - Sites that don't work on native browser
    Remote Desktop - Work
    CutePress - Writing bull**** on various blogs
    Evernote - Writing, diary, notes


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    01-22-18 04:37 PM
  5. mh1983's Avatar
    Bpod - podcasts
    Cascarub - running /other activities

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    01-22-18 07:48 PM
  6. Kraeutermann's Avatar
    Challegram - fast Telegram client with working emoji selection on the Q10

    Parrot - Voice recorder

    BeMapsPro - Google Maps with handy i/o shortscuts for zoom

    Browsie Browser - non-stock browser

    Vocabuilder - Simple englisch dictionary with BlackBerry Assistant integration

    Search4Place - Poi search

    Supertube - Youtube

    Reddit in Motion

    Neutron for Music und bpods for podcasts

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    01-22-18 08:50 PM
  7. Lignum Ignis's Avatar
    Thanks for the suggestions, always like to try out new things.

    I see Reddit in Motion a couple of times, I will give it a whirl.

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    01-23-18 02:58 AM
  8. falbo's Avatar
    Amazon music. ( free with prime)
    Park mobile. Parking app
    Smart tags. (nfc tags)
    Moto gp. Dates and times for races and practice
    Supertube.

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    01-23-18 11:06 AM
  9. valer466's Avatar
    Trivago. Actually ends up giving the best hotel room price without double/tripple checking.
    01-24-18 02:25 AM
  10. Halifax Guy's Avatar
    Trivago. Actually ends up giving the best hotel room price without double/tripple checking.
    It has been my experience that Trivago does not give the best price available. I have always found better pricing by going to the different hotel chain Web sites.

    Posted because I can.
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    01-24-18 09:41 AM
  11. Qorax's Avatar
    None - except Notepad Plus, for taking notes/snippets. For everything else* I open my notebook, visit the website/s and work on whatever needed to be done.

    *And those are done only when I'm at a desk. B'coz I don't feel the necessity of acting on anything when I'm mobile. I don't see the urgency.
    01-24-18 10:49 AM
  12. falbo's Avatar
    Forgot to mention remember. But I guess that's why I need a remember app.
    Docs to go.


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    01-24-18 11:06 AM
  13. Kraeutermann's Avatar
    *And those are done only when I'm at a desk. B'coz I don't feel the necessity of acting on anything when I'm mobile. I don't see the urgency.
    I like your attitude. Thank you for sharing your perspective!



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    01-24-18 01:55 PM
  14. spookyentertainment's Avatar
    I would like to learn what apps people are using, anyone fancy sharing?

    Perhaps if I start:

    Blackberry World
    - RSS Savvy
    - Nobex (podcasts)
    - Ghost Commander
    - BGShellPlus
    - Unmissable
    - CB10

    Amazon App Store
    - eBay
    - CoPilot
    - Spotify
    - Heos
    - Giffgaff
    - bVNC
    - Fing
    - GSAM Battery Monitor
    - SamyGoRemote

    Playstore
    - Wunderlist
    - Google Maps
    - Tomtom Speed Cameras
    - Whatsapp
    - Hipchat
    - X-Plore
    - bVNC
    - Kore

    Other
    - Skype Lite
    - Terrarium

    Posted via CB10
    What exactly is Bg she'll plus? I went to look I'm not understanding what's it's purpose? What are some examples of what you can use it for?

    Posted via CB10
    01-24-18 02:13 PM
  15. hoppysfavorite's Avatar

    Vocabuilder - Simple englisch dictionary with BlackBerry Assistant integration

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    Thank you for this! I have been looking for a dictionary with Assistant integration for years.

    Bummer it has to be used in offline mode, but beggars can't be choosers!
    01-24-18 02:44 PM
  16. Lignum Ignis's Avatar
    What exactly is Bg she'll plus? I went to look I'm not understanding what's it's purpose? What are some examples of what you can use it for?

    Posted via CB10
    Actually that is quite a tough question to answer. Back in the good old days, before Windows and other Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), you made computers do stuff by typing in commands. MS Dos and Linux are both examples of command line based operating systems.

    BGShellPlus is a command line terminal. Essentially I use it to connect to my Raspberry Pi (via something called SSH) and type in Linux commands to move around the folders, do file stuff, download updates etc.

    It's pretty techy and I am certain someone will offer a more accurate definition that me.

    Hope that helps.



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    01-25-18 05:20 PM
  17. Leyra B10's Avatar
    Thank you for this! I have been looking for a dictionary with Assistant integration for years.

    Bummer it has to be used in offline mode, but beggars can't be choosers!
    Well if you are online just use Wolfram in the assistant. For definitions use "define" and then what you need a definition for.

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    01-26-18 12:34 AM
  18. Leyra B10's Avatar
    Actually that is quite a tough question to answer. Back in the good old days, before Windows and other Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), you made computers do stuff by typing in commands. MS Dos and Linux are both examples of command line based operating systems.

    BGShellPlus is a command line terminal. Essentially I use it to connect to my Raspberry Pi (via something called SSH) and type in Linux commands to move around the folders, do file stuff, download updates etc.

    It's pretty techy and I am certain someone will offer a more accurate definition that me.

    Hope that helps.



    Posted via CB10
    Nice to have hey? I like mordaks Term48 style a bit more.
    Both will open python in the directory you are in with "python3.2"
    Can start a server and save a website from your sdcard to your home screen.
    The webkit in base/usr has an inspector. Codemirror and Ace are in there too but obviously a little aged. Put that together into a texteditor with syntax and highlight.
    Meant to buy another BB and try to update that bit by bit see how it goes.
    Not sure if BG shell has but Term has a text editor like vi
    use
    "elvis"
    If you have Box or OneDrive you can use the directories there.
    Really can't help but laugh at android and the BB10 hate when im using my z10 with a bluetooth keyboard and tv thru the hdmi. I would love to see this os with newer hardware.


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    Last edited by Leyra B10; 01-26-18 at 01:09 AM.
    01-26-18 12:37 AM
  19. hoppysfavorite's Avatar
    Well if you are online just use Wolfram in the assistant. For definitions use "define" and then what you need a definition for.

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    I had no idea you could use 'define' to force a definition from Wolfram Alpha. Learn something new everyday.
    01-26-18 12:55 AM
  20. Leyra B10's Avatar
    I had no idea you could use 'define' to force a definition from Wolfram Alpha. Learn something new everyday.
    I love that feature, takes a bit to figure out. Best calculator you can get.

    Posted via CB10
    01-26-18 12:56 AM
  21. Kraeutermann's Avatar
    I love that feature, takes a bit to figure out. Best calculator you can get.

    Posted via CB10
    Sorry, but I don't get it. I don't see Wolfram Alpha in the settings. How do I use this?
    01-26-18 06:17 AM
  22. Leyra B10's Avatar
    Sorry, but I don't get it. I don't see Wolfram Alpha in the settings. How do I use this?
    It's the Q and A of the BlackBerry Assistant.
    If you have a key board just type the word "define" and then something, anything but spelled correctly. Otherwise open the magnifying glass.
    You can also just hold mute and speak. If it recognizes a form of query it will use Q and A.

    Can use numbers and equations too.
    Try typing "15-xx" in.

    If the purple icon representing the Q and A is still there through your input, the Wolfram database will provide you everything it has on the query.

    I guess its kind of pink..
    Posted via CB10
    01-26-18 06:36 AM
  23. Leyra B10's Avatar
    Sorry, but I don't get it. I don't see Wolfram Alpha in the settings. How do I use this?
    Man this was BlackBerries problem. Not advertising what the phone can really do, and the appstore.

    Posted via CB10
    01-26-18 06:52 AM

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