Every week on the Good e-Reader App Store, thousands of Android apps are ported over to the Blackberry BAR format. Today, we look at the most popular apps from last week that were tested on the Blackberry Playbook and Blackberry 10. If you have never load in an app from our site before, learn all about it HERE.
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.
Color Splash Effect – Bring more attention to the more important things in your photo and make even boring photos – interesting. The application converts your photo into a black and white image, whilst still retaining the color information – then Color Splash Effect gives you the freedom to add color wherever you’d like. Either paint using the original color or ‘paint’ the image black and white… or simply paint with virtually every color imaginable for even more control over your photos. Add a touch of color to any photo or alternatively: apply one of the 37 vintage effects to your image. Don’t have time to complete your new creation? No problem, save multiple sessions for further editing when convenient or export your edited photo to your photo album or share directly onto Facebook.
GroupMe – GroupMe is the best way to chat with everyone you know. It’s absolutely free, whether you’re talking to a group of friends, or texting with one person. Best of all, it works on nearly every phone, via push or SMS. With GroupMe, it’s easy to reach anyone, anytime, anywhere. On GroupMe, you can catch up with your family, get a group together for a night out, coordinate with co-workers, or just gossip with a few of your closest friends. Think about it like your own private Twitter, just for the people you really know. Or like a faster, better reply-all email.
Soundhound – Unlimited music recognition! With the world’s fastest music recognition and exclusive singing search, SoundHound is instant music search and discovery.
Movies by Flixster – Movies by Flixster is the #1 movie app to watch movie trailers, find showtimes, get critics reviews from Rotten Tomatoes, and share your movie ratings with your friends.
emoji pop – Guess the word that is represented by a combo of funny Emoji, Smiley, or whatever those expressive little icons are called! No registration or learning required, just start playing and enjoy the fun! Countless funny and tricky puzzles waiting for you to crack.
Utorrent Remote – µTorrent Remote is part of the latest µTorrent for Windows and Mac. This Android app securely connects to your home computer from anywhere you have an internet connection. Use µTorrent Remote to add, remove, start, stop torrents and check your download progress. Check your RSS feeds and start downloads on the go. Use your mobile browser to find torrents and they will automatically be added to your home µTorrent! Completed downloads can even be shifted directly back to your Android device for local playback.
Crunchyroll Anime and Drama – Watch the latest anime shows like Naruto Shippuden, Bleach, Shugo Chara!, Blue Exorcist, Gintama, The World God Only Knows, Bodacious Space Pirates, Nisemonogatari, Eyeshield 21, Skip Beat!, Beelzebub, Gosick, and more.
Runtastic Heart Rate – Check your heart rate anytime, anywhere – when you wake up, before and after exercise, or before a big meeting. The Runtastic Heart Rate App will measure your heartbeat with great accuracy, using your smartphone camera sensor!
VEVO – Discover, watch & share your favorite music videos wherever you want, whenever you want. Use voice-activated search to find your favorite artist or song, be the first to see exclusive new video premieres and watch live streaming concerts.
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and Verge.