Great games are hard to come by, especially those that are free. Extreme Racing with Beats 3D is one of those rare gems. In this game, players get to cruise through racing tracks that defy the laws of gravity. What’s great is that users will also get to enjoy tracks from their library while racing.
The game includes collecting energy blocks and avoiding de-energizers. Once users get the hang of it, going over the speed limit becomes easy and exhilarating.
Tired of the built-in media player on your BlackBerry? Media Blast might actually suit your tastes. This is especially targeted to everyone who uses a Z10, Q10 and Z30. Aside from this app being exclusive to BlackBerry, it is also optimized for these three devices. It’s a nice app to use for viewing images or videos.
Here are its key features:
Provides an easy-to-use interface to watch all of your favorite TV shows and movies
Alphabetically organizes your movies and sorts TV shows by series and season
Keeps track of what you have watched and what you haven’t, even if you are in the middle of a video
Quickly access recently-watched TV shows and movies, filter by genre, or search your media library to find what you want to watch, fast
Displays images, description, genre, release date, directors and more
Easily transfers videos from your media server to your device for on-the-go viewing
Support for multiple media servers
It is free to download in BlackBerry World. Future updates will include browsing/selecting fan art, browsing enhancements and detailed video information.
Yesterday, a tweet from OnStar’s official Twitter account finally announced the compatibility of their app with BlackBerry devices. However, it will only be available for the BlackBerry Z10 and Z30.
If you are unfamiliar with the app, its main purpose is to connect users to their vehicles. This is only limited to owners of the newer models of Cadillac, Chevrolet, Buick and GMC. The app can be used to unlock doors and such. It also takes note of your device and vehicle location.
In order to fully enjoy the app, an OnStar Directions and Connections or Safe and Sound service plan is needed.
Interested users who have applied to test the new Z30 Carbonite Pocket Case have begun receiving it in the mail. The folks at the Crackberry forums have given their verdict regarding the case. There seems to be mixed reviews from the beta testers.
Though some have claimed that the case’s design is “nice and elegant,” others commented on how bulky and heavy it was. However, many also praised the durability of the case. Other reactions include disappointment in the plastic-like feel of the case’s surface.
Hopefully, BlackBerry will be taking note of the feedback. It seems that the general consensus is that the Carbonite Pocket Case is good, but it still has room for improvement.
Instead of the usual applications, users in the Beta Zone are currently testing a new accessory for the BlackBerry Z30. The BlackBerry Carbonite Pocket is basically a protective pouch, but with a twist. This time, the folks at BlackBerry have decided to use carbonite.
From the product description, it is said to be thin and light. It also features a soft inner lining made of fabric. This will ensure that the device will be protected from the occasional bump or scratch. Another added feature is its automatic power-saving capabilities.
Qualified users may now sign up to give the product a go.
The BlackBerry Z30’s predecessors, the Z10 and Q10, both came with battery charger bundles. Although they differ with the former’s non-removable battery, news on a possible release of a battery charger for the Z30 have been released.
In the absence of spare batteries, a Z30 charger will work similarly to a power bank that can be used in case a quick recharging is needed while users are on the go. The model has shown exceptional longevity in terms of battery life, but a handy power source is always welcome, especially during emergencies.
Though no price has been released, its debut in the market will surely be something to look forward to.
After much speculation regarding the BlackBerry Z30’s release, a statement posted on Verizon’s Twitter account silenced any talks about earlier releases.
The Z30 will feature a 5-inch HD display that will be sold through Verizon’s official website with a price tag of $199.99. It will come with two-year activation. Eligible customers may also get Verizon Edge if they wish to upgrade for $22.91 per moth for 24 months.
The bigger screen won’t be a treat that’s exclusive to the working class who needs larger keyboards and a better view of e-mails and important documents. Even the gamers will enjoy mobile gaming more. The Z30 will also allow users to wireless connect itself to a compatible HDTV. This will be a handy tool for presentations.
Though not officially launched yet by BlackBerry Philippines, BlackBerry Z30 is already making the rounds all over local malls and online gadget stores. As of today BlackBerry Z30 is priced at more or less Php 25,000.
A quick recap of the BlackBerry Z30 specification includes 5-inch Super AMOLED display, 2880mAh internal battery, 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with quad-core Adreno 320 GPU and BlackBerry 10.2 OS.
I’m also hearing about a local BlackBerry event this November – so we might hear more about the BlackBerry Z30 very soon.
Launched 3pm this afternoon at Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Blackberry Z30 is the new BlackBerry 10 flagship device that featured 5” Super AMOLED Display and the ever elusive OS 10.2 that will coming to the rest of the BlackBerry 10 device next month. BlackBerry Z30 will be available in two colors – black and white. No announcement yet for the BlackBerry Z30 price, but expect it to be more than Php20k here in the Philippines.
BlackBerry has just announced the latest BlackBerry 10 flagship device, replacing the Z10, dubbed as the new BlackBerry Z30 – packing a 5 inch Super AMOLED touchscreen and introducing the new BlackBerry OS 10.2 operating system that will be coming to the previous BlackBerry 10 devices middle next month.
The BlackBerry Z30 also houses many top of the line components, including a 1.7 GHz processor with quadcore graphics that makes browsing web pages faster and games more detailed.
BlackBerry Z30 also features a new Paratek antenna that can give you faster data transfers and fewer dropped calls in low signal areas, keeping you connected in more places.