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  • The Facebook app is one that has come under fire quite a bit in recent months for not running as many users feel the app for the most visited webs site in the world should They probably have a point as the Facebook app is riddled with bugs and other issues that Facebook just can not seem to get right. However, it appears that they are starting to address at least some of the bigger issues as the company has new released a new beta build for their Facebook app for BlackBerry devices such as unlocked Bold 9780, Torch 9800, etc... This is something that people have been waiting for for quite some time, and should address some of the larger issues that have been a problem thus far. The huge overhaul of the current app has been going on since the middle of March but this is the first time that the app is available for beta testing by the users.


    New Facebook App For BlackBerry Devices


    The update to version 2 will bring a number of different updates including the ability to use your Wi-Fi connection in conjunction with the app as well as giving the users the ability to receive push notifications from the app while they are connected to a Wi-Fi network.


     


    New Facebook App For BlackBerry DevicesSome of the more common bugs that have been reported with the app include freezing, an inability for users to be able to navigate seamlessly from one screen to another depending on the screen and the chat feature not working up to par with how many users feel that it should. Hopefully this update will be able to add new features as well as addressing some of the previous problems that many users have had with the app thus far. This is definitely good news for users of the BlackBerry app, which is a platform that has had the most problems with the Facebook app so far.




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  • inPulse Smartwatch Now Available for BB
    Posted on February 24, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The inPulse Smartwatch has been a much anticipated product for quite some time. There are a number of different colors and styles, and each model will be differently priced. You can expect to pay anywhere from $150 to $200 for the different models of inPulse Smartwatch.


    The watch will connect you with others by allowing you to send text messages, craft emails and even make incoming calls right on your watch. This will be great for users that want to stay connected but don’t want to look rude by pulling their phone out.


    The devices will also have calendar events, and will function as a wrist-based planner as much as it is a smart device. There are already several apps that are available, including iTunes, which will allow you to play music directly through the watch. Another app that is already available is Presenter, which allows you to check out presentations on your phone. The service is actually connected directly with unlocked BlackBerry phones, and will use the service that you receive for your BlackBerry device.


    The inPulse app has been highly anticipated by mobile users. The idea of being able to perform smart phone functions from a watch on your wrist is certainly interesting to say the least, and could come in handy for situations where phone use is not appropriate. Could these be the start of other accessory devices that connect you directly to the service that you receive on your phone?


    These will serve as the first generation of watch-based devices, and should pave the way for future generations. Because they have received so much attention already, you can bet that they will be looking to expand their features and options moving forward. The convenience provided by inPulse Smartwatches is something that any businessman on the go should be interested in.


    PureMobile carries wide range cell phone accessories and unlocked BlackBerry Phone such as BlackBerry Bold 9780 unlocked, Blackberry Torch 9800, BlackBerry Curve 8520, etc..




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  • The Blackberry Torch 9800 is the newest update to a wide variety of Blackberry phones available today.  There was a lot of hype about this phone before it’s August 2010 release, but much of it lived up to the claims.  AT&T is the sole provider of all Blackberry phones, but unlocked Blackberry Torch 9800 phones allow you to use it with other carrier services.



    The Blackberry Torch is meant to marry the two best features of other Blackberry phones – a touch screen and a keypad.  The Blackberry Touch was extremely popular, but some users missed the keyboard option.  Other users had the Blackberry Crush, but there is no denying that a touch screen phone is inherently cool.


    The Blackberry Torch does have a touch screen.  It also features the same navigation buttons as other Blackberries, so users will have no problem adapting.  The keyboard is a slider that opens when you need it.  This means it is safely tucked away when not in use, and you won’t be accidentally hitting keys if the phone is in your pocket.



    The phone features the same sturdy construction that made up earlier Blackberries.  In fact, the slider option has added a few millimeters thickness, which gives the Torch an even sturdier feel.  The slider is also sturdy construction, and has won over slider skeptics.


    The Torch has many of the same features as other Blackberries and smart phones – GPS, web surfing, Bluetooth.   There is also a 5 megapixel camera, although some reviewers were disappointed that the camera does not also take video.


    Comparisons of the Blackberry Torch to the iPhone 4 Unlocked handset have also been extremely positive.  The Blackberry holds up against the competition, so if you are torn between the two smart phones, you may have to make the decision simply on whether you prefer the keyboard or not.


    As mentioned before, the Blackberry Torch is only available through AT&T.  The Torch can be unlocked, though, and used with any other carrier.  AT&T and Blackberry equip the phones with a SIM card, so switching to a new carrier requires a new SIM card.  These cards should come with a new “unlock” code, which you will be prompted to enter when you replace the SIM card.


    If you don’t change the SIM card, you can request an unlock code from your current carrier, and provide them with the Torch’s IMEI number.  You can find this code Device menu, under “Device and Status Information.”



    This post was posted in Apple, Blackberry, Smartphones and was tagged with Torch 9800 Unlocked, iPhone4 Unlocked

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