This week we put the spotlight on apps that Blackberry World simply does not have. All of these apps are compatible with the Blackberry Playbook tablet and all Blackberry 10 enabled smartphones.
Kik Messenger – 29 million users love Kik! It’s the fast, simple, and personal smartphone messenger that connects you to everyone you love to talk to.
VIZ Manga – Welcome to the VIZ Manga app! You now have the greatest manga from Japan at your fingertips, at long last in a convenient, downloadable format for your Android phone!
LINE Selfie Sticker – Take a picture of your face and tap 3 times to create awesome and original stickers at lightning speed!
Manga Box – Whether you’ve got a few free minutes while waiting for the bus, or right before going to bed, you can enjoy reading manga with Manga Box!
Instamusic – InstaMusic Dev aims to provide a cutting-edge version of InstaMusic.
Mango Comic Book Reader – Mango is a free, fast, and powerful app to read comics and manga on your Android smartphone or tablet. Choose from a library of thousands of fan-translated titles from 9 different websites and view them right on your device!
NBA Summer League 2014 – From Rookies to All-Stars, it all starts here at NBA Summer League. Follow the NBA’s rising stars live from Orlando and Vegas with the official app of NBA Summer League.
Instasize – InstaSize has been revamped to create a better Instagram experience for you. InstaSize is still the easiest and fastest way to post entire photos on Instagram without cropping. We now just do more!
Square Register – Accept credit card payments and run your business anywhere it takes you with Square Register. Process Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express, pay just 2.75% per swipe, and access your funds in 1-2 business days. No monthly fees, commitments, or surprises.
PowerSchool for Parents – See live attendance, assignments, scores, grades and more, right from teachers’ grade books. Now with an easy access setup process! PowerSchool is the fastest-growing most widely used student information system, supported more than 13 million students in all 50 states and 72 countries.