Submissions are now closed. Check back on February 1 to see which of your favorite BlackBerry apps made the cut.
How to Nominate: Best BlackBerry App
Between January 1 and January 24, 2010 use the form below to nominate your favorite product in this category. For the subject, give the name of the app you wish to nominate. Then include a short description of why this product deserves to be nominated. 50 character minimum. Do not hesitate to nominate apps that have already been nominated by others. Multiple nominations increase the chances that your choice will make it into the finalists for voting.
- I use it all the time. I love being able to chat with my friends while on the go.
TeleNav GPS Navigator
- TeleNav GPS Navigator turns your BlackBerry into a full-featured GPS device, saving you from carrying around yet another gadget. It provides spoken turn-by-turn directions complete with street names and also a 3D color map. The application has more than 12 million points of interest and the information is constantly updated, so you can access the latest and greatest business info and search for things such as gas stations based on their current prices.
Best BlackBerry App - PodTrapper
- PodTrapper is a key reason I stayed with Blackberry instead of going with Droid. Love not having to be tethered to my PC to have the most recent podcast episodes availble on my Storm.
- —Guest Dean Ammons
DriveSafe.ly = the Best App on any phone
- This app reads your text messages and emails... I just saw their new version at CES where you can speak your response. I couldn't even believe it was real. Don't take my word for it though... they have a Huge fan page on Facebook - www.Facebook.com/DriveSafe.ly
- —Guest ttmpeople
- first SuperQ, takes you your favorite apps without loosing what you are doing, then Quick Pull quick starts your BB without pulling the battery out, then there is Ka-Gom like a tetris game and of course there is Vlingo which you can dictate to your cell and it will text for you so you don't have to type while driving. These are on my Blackberry
- —Guest Mimi
- In these days when cell phones and driving are becoming outlawed, I can have my incoming texts and email read out to me - and even respond automatically that I'm driving and will get back to them!
- —Guest John V.