View Poll Results: Do you listen to music on your BlackBerry?

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  • All the Time!

    103 13.98%
  • Often

    108 14.65%
  • Sometimes

    194 26.32%
  • Rarely

    137 18.59%
  • Never

    195 26.46%
12-27-07 03:03 AM
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  1. plucky10's Avatar
    Music is not something that I need on my blackberry. I have an ipod and plus it drains your battery pretty quickly.
    12-25-07 11:50 AM
  2. hpatelmd's Avatar
    Ipods and MP3 players are better suited for music playback, and preserves the BB battery life for well.....more BB time!
    12-25-07 11:54 AM
  3. NikeJohn's Avatar
    Not much so far, haven't really had a chance. Just got mine about a week ago now.
    12-25-07 12:20 PM
  4. hauser7's Avatar
    i use my ipod, since i believe it's more practical for audio/video playback....
    12-25-07 02:15 PM
  5. anon(153966)'s Avatar
    If I'm somewhere and I have to wait...
    12-25-07 03:09 PM
  6. alwayslearnin's Avatar
    Never once. iPod only for me.
    12-25-07 03:45 PM
  7. Hexnut's Avatar
    Ipod Video 30 Gig for Music. BB for everything else.
    12-25-07 04:02 PM
  8. wingnut's Avatar
    I also use an Ipod Shuffle. It's very convenient and just right for when I'm out doing yardwork.
    12-25-07 04:07 PM
  9. grifinvest's Avatar
    I also use an ipod shuffle. I have limited abilities on my blackberry.
    12-25-07 06:48 PM
  10. unholy2's Avatar
    Have slowly transitioned from my ipod to the bb for music.
    12-25-07 07:13 PM
  11. solah's Avatar
    Only use my BB, currently with a Motorola HT 820 set.
    12-25-07 08:58 PM
  12. hooliganrugger's Avatar
    For me, it's the iPod. I take it with me most everywhere.
    12-25-07 09:26 PM
  13. nebula's Avatar
    I just use my blackberry, but I would LOVE an iPod Video or the Next Gen Zune (without the crappy DRM and a touch screen) -- just bc 2 GB isn't enough and it drains my battery.
    12-25-07 09:58 PM
  14. kdstegh#CB's Avatar
    Since migrating my music to the 2 gig card, all I have needed I have gotten from the curve! Wireless headphones would make it the ultimate solution!
    12-25-07 11:40 PM
  15. scmurphy13's Avatar
    nah. i tried to but it killed the battery on my curve. i use an ipod.
    12-25-07 11:57 PM
  16. louge's Avatar
    Ipod. The battery on the BB gets more than enough drain already from other 'things'.
    12-26-07 12:31 AM
  17. pdog305's Avatar
    ipod gets the job done perfectly. bb does everything else perfect. a match made in heaven.
    12-26-07 12:51 AM
  18. jondakid's Avatar
    I stick with my blackberry ever since I got my ipod stolen

    Posted from my CrackBerry at
    12-26-07 04:20 AM
  19. sschwartz's Avatar
    I do have some songs set for ring tones but the majority of my listening is done on the computer with itunes and ipod when weather permits. However, obtaining a pair of these headphones might open up a new realm of possibilities after all.

    Steve Schwartz
    12-26-07 06:45 AM
  20. btownsoccerstud's Avatar
    my BB is my ipod..I have never owned an Ipod before.
    12-26-07 08:45 AM
  21. nelaina's Avatar
    I use an ipod nano...i can't cross the line to turning my phone into my mp3 player's hard on the battery, plus you have to deal with interruptions...
    12-26-07 09:15 AM
  22. mmitchell_houston's Avatar
    Actually, I was just about to buy a media player when I got the Blackberry Pearl. So now I'm trying to use it as my primary media player (although I need to upgrade the memory before I can really get into it).
    12-26-07 09:19 AM
  23. sadijac's Avatar
    I also use a SanDisk E270R. Helps to save the battery on my Pearl. I just keep my favs on the Pearl for a quick listen.
    12-26-07 09:27 AM
  24. MaryAdams's Avatar
    since i have 8700 - don't have music capability - use sandisk player for music
    12-26-07 09:59 AM
  25. o1sowise's Avatar
    I sometime listen to music on my BB, but frankly do not because I never got around to getting nice stereo headphones.
    12-26-07 10:36 AM
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