Monday, November 2, 2009

The Tale of McCluskey The Elderly Ninja And The Brickhouse Alert

Mr. McCluskey is a senior ninja. He was one of the best ninja in his heyday, had gone numerous dangerous missions almost all of which were executed to perfection. He had never failed a single mission nor ever lost his comrades during any of which. He was feared by friends and foes alike for his cunning techniques and unparalleled wits. But the once powerful and fearsome ninja McCluskey has now become the old ninja McCluskey. Even he couldn't escape the effect of time. And the closest thing to ninja world McCluskey can do now was to dress like one. To his regret, he no longer can fight or throw a shuriken to a lame duck without aching his joints.

His sons (all are powerful ninjas) fear about Mr. McCluskey's safety, being old and all. They fear that enemies could easily hurt Mr. McCluskey. But most of the time, what they want is to save him from himself. "How if he incidentally fall in the bathroom or hurt his old bones while he insistently, being stubborn and all, practiced the ninjutsu?" Because of his stubborn nature, McCluskey always refuses to live in a nursing home, nor he likes to be accompanied in his little house on the prairie. The only friend he has in his house is years-old dog named Rashomon.

McCluskey's sons' fear isn't without solid ground. Even now, bounties on McCluskey's head are still in effects in the enemy's countries, dead or alive. So, after having discussion on this matter, the sons decide to use the service of Medical Alert, a monitoring device for elderly ninja like Mr.McCluskey. This device will allow them to know before hand when danger is near, or simply when Mr. McCluskey accidentally stumble during his mock fight against Rashomon (one of his favorite past times) because the device has the fall detection that detects whenever the user is falling and instantly send signal to those in the receiving end.

With a heavy heart, because he hates the idea that someone, albeit one of his sons, is monitoring him, Mr. McCluskey agrees to use such device, knowing that it is the only thing that will stop his sons from bugging him over his safety.

In one moonless night, his sons' well-anticipated fear came to reality. A band of ninjas had been sent by McCluskey's sworn enemy to finish him off. Only a selected few know what really happened that night. A discreet report said that not long after McCluskey had finished his evening tea, three ninjas crept their way to his old house, nearly killed Rashomon if only the latter was not well-trained in ninja's art by the master himself. Rashomon, despite his old age, howled in his rage, alerting McCluskey who already in the bedroom, before assaulting one of the three ninjas with great agility.

In a quick fight that ensued, McCluskey and Rashomon were able to neutralize the initial attack. The three recon ninjas were rendered unconscious by McCluskey's powerful jutsu. But outside, there were still two...three...six...ninjas, Mr.McCluskey counted, and he was worried whether he could survive them all. His bones were aching and Rashomon had been hurt. "I might not survive the night," he said to no one. "Alas, this is a good way to die..."

And then he jumped off the window to attack his attackers instead of waiting for them. "Katsu!" he yelled. In his eagerness, more to his old age, he had trampled on his own foot, fallen to the ground just as 6 shurikens launched at him. The shurikens only hit the tatamis while, cursing, Mr McCluskey tried to roll his way up. The moment he fell down, the signal went off, alerting his eldest who in response summon himself to the scene. His brothers were close behind him. It is too vulgar to mention the slaughters that ensued here. Long story short, all the attackers were defeated. Only the initial three could manage to escape. To his sons' relieve, the decision to use Medical Alert had been a good decision after all. Only McCluskey felt indifferent. Grumbling, he babbled about how that otherwise useful device has denied him "a great way to die."


Pocket Qur'an for BlackBerry

This free application allow you to read Quran via your BlackBerry. You don't need to install Arabic plug in to use this.

Compatible for the following phones: BlackBerry: 6220, 6230, 6280, 6720, 7100, 7100i, 7130, 7130e, 7210, 7230, 7250, 7280, 7290, 7510, 7520, 7730, 8100, 8110, 8120, 8130, 8220, 8230, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8330, 8350, 8520, 8700, 8703e, 8705, 8707, 8800, 8820, 8830, 8900, 9630 Tour, Bold 9000, Storm 9500, Storm 9530
Blackberry: 9700
Sony-Ericsson: W200


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Of Glasses And (Hench) Men

Using eyeglasses can be really disturbing, especially if, like me, you work as a henchman for a local Mafia. In close combat, using eyeglasses could be fatal. The glass part could shattered whenever you're hit, injured--God knows to what extent--your eyes . In the other hand, it's not beneficial too in long distance firing frenzies. I couldn't shoot a sitting duck 50m away from me. I guess the latter is the reason why my boss never enroll me in his sharp-shooter squad.
All because I'm being nearsighted.
Nevertheless, I'm still the Death's incarnate to anyone stupid enough to be anywhere within 20 meters radius when I'm in the you-know-what-I'm-talking-about mode.

In my duty (as a henchman, that is), I often need to disguise my appearance. I have three favorite appearances in such recon jobs. The first is the classic-conspiratorial men-in-black look. Equipped with a fake earpiece, some untrained eyes would easily picked me as a federal agent in such an important mission. Hah! This style distracts people as much as it intimidates them. People tend to avoid a federal-looking guy. Very helpful if you don't want to be disturbed. One exception is that, instead of sunglasses, I wear eyeglasses. I hate sunglasses (they are waaay... too overrated), part of which is because I hate contact lenses one should use if he's nearsighted and wants to avoid really embarrassing scenes when he wears sunglasses.
Another look is more corporate-like. You know that Bennet guy from Heroes series? That's what I meant. That way, I can easily mingle with the crowd in any commercial strip in whatever city my boss sent me. The last look is the most casual one. Usually just cargo pants, t-shirt and a windbreaker, old sneakers and a trucker hat to conceal my crew cut hairdo.

As you can guess, each of the three appearances demands different eyeglasses to be paired with. It is not because I'm fashionable. I'm simply practical, and my famous Buddy Holly-styled tortoise shell eyeglasses isn't helping at all. Any old enemy could spot me from half a mile away even if I'm dressing like a drag queen simply by looking at my glasses.
I was looking for the eyeglasses I needed, online, when I stumbled at a somewhat cheeky My favorite high fashion eyeglasses, apparently promotion lines a moron suggesting an online optic.
I clicked it anyway thinking, "If what you mean by high fashion is what I called practical, than I have nothing to lose here." The URL brought me to the inevitably online optics shop. It offers arrays of eyeglasses, each of which I soon clicked at. Three of them caught my attention for they would fit perfectly to the aforementioned disguises.
I started to like the site and its $ 8 Rx eyeglasses (eyeglasses featured here cost only $8 each). Although you might think otherwise, a henchman's salary is not much, you know (no pensions, too). From my job's perspective, cheap eyeglasses as such have benefits: I could buy as much as my recon jobs need them be. And, in some cases where I have to do close-combat, I could toss whichever one I wear without fear of ruining it or worrying over the cost of replacing it (they're cheap anyway), something which I always feel with my $200 tortoise shell eyeglasses. They're not looking so bad, too. They are, like I said, practical. Not only that. Apparently, someone by the name Greg Karp (as in Karpe Diem, baby!) apparently has mentioned (that's the site I'm talking about here) in How You Can Start Spending Smart in CBN. Well, if the author of a book called Living Rich By Spending Smart should tell you what to do, it is only wise if you do as you are told, right? Of course if you want to get rich in the first place.
At this point you may ask, "What kind of henchman using eyeglasses?" I tell you what, buddies. That's the same question up in my boss' enemies' mind. And all of them fall for it. They aren't around now, are they? They underestimated me, thinking I'm not dangerous enough, and let off their guards accordingly.
You see, I love paradox. People may not scare of me as they would a mean looking street gangster. But looking like a crew-cutted Buddy Holly doesn't mean that I couldn't kill you in a wink of an eye. Savvy? And if all it takes to make people off their guard is to wear glasses, why shouldn't I? All of my victims that fall for it would come back from their grave just to tell you that. The moral of the story is: Don't mess with me.


Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Web Hosting Choice

Everyone needs a guidance to arrive at the right decision once and a while. To save them from the bullshit, to cut the loose end, to save money or whatever the reason is. Like life itself, every decision you make on choosing your web hosting service determine your destiny.

I'm not exaggerating here folks. A poor-managed web hosting can gives you anything but success. And that, surely, isn't anywhere you want to come across to. Like the real world, the online world is divide into two parts of people. Those who have money and those who haven't. But unlike the real world, you can make money even when you have none when you started. This is called online business; a highly competitive sector with so many big earning potentials you won't get in the real life.

Success is one percent of great ideas and 99% hard works, said Edison. When it comes to online business, however, you have to squeeze in another extra percent for a reliable web hosting service, for it can save you all the hard works.

I won't pretend that I know all about web hosting service, or online business for that matter, nor I try to tell you to do something you don't want to. Hell! I'm not the one you should ask for advice about this matter in the first place, either. So why should you listen to what I'm trying to say here? It is, my friend, because I speak of a simple truth: "To be successful in your online businesses, whatever they are, you need a reliable web hosting service."

This is where the site I recently stumbled upon comes in handy. Instead of letting you search for yourself, achingly gathering information bits by bits and manually compare each of the candidates that show up, it has compiled all the 4W and 1H you need to know about web hosting. Save you the time and efforts, and with more results I suppose. Visit here for more info.
And trust me when I said "all the 4W and 1H", I mean it literally.


Sunday, August 30, 2009

Best Web Host: A Review

When you own a website, hosting is one of the most important thing to be considered. We've overheard many times about bad web hosting service and what impacts it can cause your website, and in turn, your online business. They can be ugly.

Like a bad breath, bad web hosting stinks. That's for sure.

"How to choose a good one?" You might ask. Well, having the fact that there are so many web hosting services out there, being confused over which web host to choose is only logical.

But here's the guidelines:
A good web host must be reliable in a sense which makes you can sleep tight at night, knowing that your website are up and running 24/7. Like Sauron's Eye, a good reliable web host will monitor your website, ensure it's well-being (that means they have backup all the data needed just in case some problem exist, too).

Service features are the next thing you should consider. The web host that you use better have the features that you needed most in your online business, whether that be an online chat platform, shop online plug-ins or simply a large datacenter. Long story short, make sure that the web host's features covered both the basics and the specifics that you need.

Good customer service is another must. No matter what type of client you are, the noisy, insensible one, or the silent type, good web host must provide you with great service in this department. In respect of client-patron relationship, a good web host is the one that make sure you have what you want, as long as you pay the bill of course.

The last and most important is none other than "how-much-it-will-cost-me" section. It's important to note that when it comes to web hosting, the more expensive is not equal with better service; many of good web hosting services out there are the cheapest you can find. Do an extra research in this department. Comparisons of the candidates of the web hosts you might use are important. You don't want to be stuck with the one that, although provide great services, cost you too much or with the one that is cheap but with poor services and features.

Finally, when you have found a web host with all the above basic criteria, you'll find what is called best web host. Don't hesitate, be their client! Work with those guys! Grow your business! The only thing you have to worry now is how to get decent traffics and potential customers to your website and to increase those numbers. But wait! Some of best web hosts out there have also included a free advertisement package for you to start with, including free submission to you-know-what search engines as their extra features. One less problem, eh? I think I'll register now.


Thursday, August 27, 2009

Games For BlackBerry 8800/Curve/Pearl


Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Games For Old School BlackBerry

Free BlackBerry Games

Medieval Kings Chess II, Disco Bowling. Protheus

For you who own the old version of Blackberry, these games are definitely for you. Download them OTA via the following:

Via Rimarkable


Tuesday, August 4, 2009

My Entrecard Is Running!

Finally, after waiting in despair for a week, the godamn automatic widget scanner (or is it manual, Entre Op?) picked my widget. As you can see, in the middle right sidebar. I don't know what to expect from Entrecard yet. Hopefully they really can boost my traffic. That's definitely one thing this wonderful blog (self-promoting mode on) seems to lack. Not anymore, I suppose.
Well, nuff said. Drop here everyday and advertise here as well, my fellow dropper.


Sunday, August 2, 2009

To All Entrecard Droppers

Hi. Apparently there's some trouble in which the Entrecard widget scanner won't pick my widget, although as you can see, it is there. I've contacted Entrecard support team, and still waiting for their response. I hope this can be fixed soon, since I've approved all the bloggers who want to advertise on my blog.
Please bear with me until this problem can be resolved, and to the following advertisers please understand (put your link here is the least I can do in the mean time. So Sorry):

Virtual Millenium
Sinyo4u Airspace
not only in the philippines

If any of you have experienced the same thing in the past, please don't restrain on giving me suggestion/advice on how to fix this. Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.


Saturday, July 18, 2009

Terminator IV Theme for BlackBerry Bold

Don't let your personal disgust toward Arnold Schwarzenegger distorts what you might feel when this theme is installed into your BlackBerry Bold. Just don't. First, it is Christian Bale instead of Mr. Governor who is in the leading role. Second, there's nothing Arnold in this theme. Grab it here:


Friday, July 10, 2009

RIM's Slump Sales

Whoa! Having surrounded by Palm Pre, Sprint and the new iPhone 3G, the sales of BlackBerry in overall smartphone market is decreased.
No kidding, but according to this source, the T-Mobile's BlackBerry remain solid, in contrary of its Verizon counterpart.
As for today, RIM's stocks price (Nasdaq: RIMM), is last traded on 77.05 a piece (according to Yahoo! Finance).
With the growing demands in smartphone market, along with the increasing numbers of the smartphone products and its variant by various vendor, could RIM survive? Hope so, or else...


Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Bertuah Award 2009

One more award, folks! This time from my friend, The Man With A Dark Hat, Dede Andro.
Here are the rules:

- Post this award on your blog.
- Place the link of the person who has given this award.
- Pass the award to ten other blogs.
- Let them know by leaving a message on their blogs.
And I'd like to pass this award to the following: Sassychick, Mommy Passionista, Life According To Me, ChloeLing, Insights, BitterSweet Life, Glenn, News-Fact, Shane and Bonita
And of course to whoever visits my blog. Feel free to grab it while it's hot.


Saturday, July 4, 2009

Chat With Obama

Haha. Kidding. Unless you are Joe Biden or a member of Obama's closest friends rings and families, that's not gonna happen. Nevertheless, if you are neither of above criteria (and not feel disheartened by it), you can use this app for having chat with other Berry users. This application sums up all the popular messenger apps out there such as MSN®/ Windows Live Messenger™, Yahoo!®, ICQ®, AIM®/iChat, Jabber®, Google Talk™ or MySpaceIM®. Blah blah blah...What? You have it installed already? Shoot. I'm wasting my time posting this...
For Download:


Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Stormlock OS 4.7

I bet that BlackBerry Storm users often face difficulties when they accidentally touch the touchscreen during their call. This Stormlock for OS 4.7 application for BlackBerry Storm is made to overcome that. When activated, it will disable the touchscreen during the call, and automatically activate it back when you hang up.


Tuesday, June 16, 2009

BlackBerry® Storm™ 9500 Made Simple -Smartphones

Gary Mazo , Martin Trautschold, "BlackBerry® Storm™ 9500 Made Simple -Smartphones"
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing 2009 | 255 Pages | ISBN: 1439217564 | PDF | 1.1 MB
Originally posted by Vikki-kam

This guide book is unique in that it helps both Windows™ and Apple Mac™ users with all aspects of the BlackBerry® Storm™ Some of the highlights include: • Dozens of hidden or little-known time-saving tips and tricks. • Learning all the ins and outs of the new Touch Screen Interface • Synchronizing your BlackBerry with your Windows™ or Mac™ computer. • How to squeeze every ounce of power from the Address Book, Calendar, Tasks and MemoPad. • How to become “Master of Your BlackBerry Email” • How to use Google Sync for true “Wireless Sync” without an Enterprise Server • Support for both BlackBerry Internet Service and Corporate BlackBerry Enterprise Server users. • Tips and tricks to unlock the rich Media Features of the BlackBerry Storm. • How turn your Storm into something that could replace a video and audio “iPod™” • How to use your Storm for Mapping (including Google Maps.) • Learn how to go Online as well as update your Facebook and Myspace pages – right from your BlackBerry

About the Author
Martin Trautschold is an entrepreneur, author, consultant and avid cyclist who lives in Ormond Beach, Florida. Together with Ned, he co-founded developed and then sold a BlackBerry wireless software company. Martin managed the international software development team, marketed and sold to Fortune 500, small companies and individuals, provided technical customer support, training and wrote dozens of technical “how to” knowledgebase articles. Martin has over 15 years of technology and management consulting experience from several of the largest consulting firms. Martin holds an MBA from Northwestern University and a Mechanical Engineering degree from Princeton University. He is devoting his time to writing and promoting new BlackBerry Made Simple books and BlackBerry consulting projects. He can be reached at

Gary Mazo is a writer, a College Professor, a gadget nut and an ordained rabbi. Gary joined BlackBerry Made Simple in 2007 and has co - authored the last two books in the BlackBerry Made Simple Series. He serves as VP of the company as well. Gary also teaches at the University of Phoenix – teaching Writing, Philosophy, Technical Writing and more. Gary is a regular contributor to – writing product reviews and adding Editorial Content. Gary is also the Director of Kollel of Cape Cod – a cutting edge Jewish Educational institution/Congregation in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts. He holds a BA in Anthropology from Brandeis University. Gary earned his M.A.H.L (Masters in Hebrew Letters) as well as ordination as Rabbi from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has served congregations in Dayton, Ohio, Cherry Hill, New Jersey and Hyannis, Massachusetts. His first book, entitled “And the Flames Did Not Consume us” achieved critical acclaim and was published by Rising Star Press in 2000. Gary is married to Gloria Schwartz Mazo and between them, they have six children.


Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Inside Obama's BlackBerry: Barrack Got Hacked

Yep, finally... even though the "hackers" turn out to be Kasper Hauser, a comedy group, previously known as the author of Skymaul: Happy Crap You Can Buy From a Plane.
The book, titled Obama's BlackBerry will hit the bookstore June 8, published by Little Brown.
Here's the preview of Obama's BlackBerry. Some source stated that the provoking title has mislead the Iranian (and me too, at first) into a conclusion that the First Berry has indeed been hacked. Hahah, isn't that something we really are waiting for... until then laugh your fart out people...


Thursday, June 4, 2009

BlackBerry Softwares Download

Tetris for BlackBerry Bold 9000 go to page
BlackBerry Bold 9000 TextTwist Turbo go to page
BlackBerry Pearl, Curve, Bold Themes go to page
BlackBerry Storm Themes for BlackBerry Bold go to page
BlackBerry Bold and BlackBerry Curve Themes go to page
BlackBerry OS
Official BlackBerry Storm OS go to page


Sunday, May 31, 2009

BlackBerry Storm 2 Odin: A Christmas Gift?

Well...well well. Isn't it just something we all waiting for? Blackberry Storm 2! Yeah, as if we have bored with its predecessor, the Blackberry Storm 9530. Crackberry or should I say its fearless leader Kevin Michaluk throw a contest to answer the up-and-growing rumor about the BlackBerry 2 Odin launch date.
The rumor has it that the newest yet BlackBerry Storm will be released in June, the 1st. But Kevin personally thought it is unlikely, although not dismissed the idea at all. So, as my own participation to the well-participated contest I'll make my own prophecy.

First, I personally think June is too sudden. It's NOW (-8 GMT), for Odin's sake! Hehehe, but, even if RIM, in all its rushness decide to release it in June, it will fall either on the 3rd, the 10th, the 17th or the 24th of June respectively. As you can see, the dates are all fall on Wednesday. Why Wednesday?
Well, under the assumption that RIM's people always have a thorough research when it comes to the name of its device, the new Blackberry Storm PDA smartphone Odin which, as I mentioned earlier, named after the chief-god of the Norse/Skandinavian, will definitely fall on a Wednesday instead of other week days. You better listen to this folks: Wednesday is the modern form of Woden's, Wodan's, Odin's--all the variants of it--Day. What's more logic than to launch the new BlackBerry smartphone on the day which is also a homage to the same god?
Of course that only will happen if RIM's researcher and marketing team do their homework which by the way bring us to my second prophecy. Yes...there's two. A good seer must anticipate everything...
Here comes my second prophecy, which I think is more likely.
I'm afraid those who expect BlackBerry Storm 2 to come out earlier will actually won't see it until December. I had a vision concerning this. I had a vision a while back ago, involving Odin (the god not the smartphone) having a tea with Santa Claus!. I took no heed of the date nor the meaning of my vision until I read about the aforementioned contest. That was when I realize there will be a new Blackberry Storm and that it is code-named Odin.
Odin and Santa? Well, you don't need to run a top speed Freudian psychoanalysis as to guess what the hell that possibly mean, do you? Let's just say that BlackBerry Storm 2, with all its updates, or lack thereof, will indeed be a great Christmas gift.


Friday, May 29, 2009

BlackBerry In Indonesia: The Raising Storm

Kevin Michaluk of crackberry, raised an issue of the leaping numbers of BlackBerry users in Indonesia. Other source confirmed this by reporting that the growth reached 500% last year, and still growing.
It's no surprise for me, being an Indonesian and all, because in fact the BlackBerry's growth in Indonesian market is also the one reason behind my creating this blog.
Analyzing it a little, there are at least three major factors behind the not-just-steady-but-rapid-growth of BlackBerry Storm 9000, BlackBerry Curve 8900 and all of its variant in Indonesia, which mean the boost-up BlackBerry accesories sales as well. And Kevin, you might want to read this.
First is that RIM's BlackBerry has a great prestige among Indonesian. Forget about iPhone, BlackBerry is what YOU want if you are Indonesian. It still amazed me how the power of prestige can drive such frenzy. Indonesian BlackBerry users are not divided to social class nor their occupance. Here you can see politicians clumsily clutch their brand new BlackBerry Storm, soap-opera stars exchanging e-mail or simply text messages among each others with their BlackBerry Curve and grunge-looking college boys and chic college girls flashing around their shocking color-clad BlackBerry Bold.
The second is the fact that the available BlackBerry handsets are affordable since most of them come from black market. "80% of BlackBerry customers who use our service, didn't buy the handsets from us" said an Indosat spokeperson.
Indosat is one of official carriers for BlackBerry for Indonesia, the other are XL and Telkomsel. This can create a tight competition in the future, but right now the three carriers should be happy enough to survive only on their service and after-sales, since there no competiting the price of the black market BlackBerry handsets. The third factors, and the most ridiculous one I might add, maybe is the well-spread information that Barrack Obama uses BlackBerry. As we know, Mr. Obama used to live in Indonesia, and there's no asking about his popularity here during the Presidential Vote in US. Every Indonesian, who don't hold any grudge against US that is, wanted Obama to win and he did. If to once shared the same country with the President of USA is not enough for you, the next thing you could do is to have the same gadget.
How should RIM react to the amazing growth? Detiknet reported that the three vendors (Indosat, XL, Telkomsel) have already ask RIM, during the 2009 Wireless Enterprise Symposium, to either establish a representative office or providing after sale service center to anticipate the bloated BlackBerry market in Indonesia. FYI, RIM do not have any representative office in Indonesia.
So, what are you waiting for RIM? We talk about a huge market here. If you can't provide this gadget-craving people satisfying services, you might channel their big-spending-on-gadget tendency to other brand, and that will be the last "Storm" you wanted to exist.


Tuesday, May 26, 2009

On The Store: AT&T's BlackBerry Curve 8900

In my last post on this subject, I quote blackberrynews on their prediction as to the launching date of BlackBerry Curve 8900 with AT&T. The slim BlackBerry did hit the store in 21th May as they predicted. Now, almost a full week after the launching, of course we are curious about how good BlackBerry Curve 8900 in the market. The NPD hasn't yet release the report, whether it outsold Apple iPhone again or whether the selling performance is as good as the hype it generates among BlackBerry fans.
It seems that for At&T, the BlackBerry Curve 8900, also known as Javelin, is only a preliminary effort to test the market, as it is also reported that future BlackBerries, namely BlackBerry Onyx, Gemini, Pearl 3G and BlackBerry Magnum are ready (very likely) to seal the deal with AT&T.
While the name of the mentioned Blackberry handsets are subject to change (I prefer my OWN proposed BlackBerry names), the specifications are as surely as follow. Now, that indeed something worth to wait from both RIM and AT&T.


Monday, May 25, 2009

Free BlackBerry Themes: Star Wars

A few minutes ago, I ran some keywords through Google, and this is what I found (drum roll), Star Wars BlackBerry theme! Ok, that's not that special maybe, but, it is, if you have a blog about BlackBerry and happened to be a fans of that so-famous-it's-almost-boring franchise by George Lucas. Especially when as a child, you spent 6 months of which mad of your parents because you are not a born-Skywalker.
The day I become a Star Wars fan was also the day I unconsciously become a geek, and this in turn lead me to BlackBerry, but that's another story.
Time goes on and then the prequel of the classic Star Wars hit the movie world, introducing the fiend yet cool Sith warrior, Darth Maul. And that was when I realized. IF I have to be a geek the rest of my life, I will be the one with a dark side. A Jedi is NOT that strong anyway...too many restrictions you can't even love...look at Darth Vader for instance...the asthmatic guy he's become is a direct result of his ability to love.
Ok. Nuff about Star Wars.
I found the free BlackBerry theme above in a site which specialized in providing free BlackBerry themes. The site is literally death since there's no update almost for one year now. So I guess it's ok if I "borrow" their content.
via freebbthemes


BlackBerry Applications Softwares Download: One And Half Month Later

Hello all, today remarks the first 1 and half month of "BlackBerry Applications Softwares Download", yeaaay!!! One of the busiest month of my life that is. Stayed up late, only had 2-hours of sleep every night, blogwalking MANUALLY everyday, visiting blogs, leave comments here and there, updating my post to the point where I'm so sick of typing the words like BlackBerry Curve 8900, BlackBerry Storm, RIM, BlackBerry Themes, BlackBerry this, BlackBerry that..."
You know what I mean.
This is my first serious blog, the one that has a niche that is, while my other blogs are either in slumber mode or still in developing. I met so many good people during that month among of them are let's prettify, BitterSweet Life and Ms. Dorothy during my blogwalking, and sure, I met the ridiculous and annoying too (Am I supposed to give their link too, or what?) , keep spamming and spamming to visit their blog where there actually nothing worth seeing there and the worst, the liars (always said that they done something when they actually didn't. Never!) But that's ok. You can't always expect people to be always nice all the time.
All I'm saying is that the past month was a hell of a ride. A ride in hell. And of course in hell you are allowed to have as much fun as it is in heaven. LOLs.
Have I mention the Internet bills I have to pay? No? Well, it's another nightmare too unless that this month income are MORE than enough to pay those. Yes! Finally, my blogging time pays for itself. Thanks to all of you who have visited me this past month, that's why I mentioned three bloggers above...they're my regular visitors... always nice, too. And I'll never hesitate to visit them back, support them in any way I can. You know, return the favor? I believe in the old school saying "you reap what you sow", if you want to be respected, you have to respect others, if you want to gain, you have to give. That's what I believe, and that's actually what make this month, aside from being busy, is also profiting to me. I put P for profit, Baby!
So, I bet those liars I implicitly mentioned above (at this point I barely can hold myself to not to put their link here) can never achieve this in the foreseeable future. Because they only ask and never give, lying instead being truthful, irritate people wherever they went, slowly killed the respect other's reserved for them in the process. Come on guys, blogging is exhausting already, don't make it worst for you.
Ok. Enough for that.
I also want to inform you, that the comment section is LIVE, now!!! Lols. When first I noticed that visitors can't comment on my post, I panicked. I quickly blamed the template. The sole reason why I didn't change the template is the long Friend's List I have here. I haven't back them up, and to slowly, patiently copy-paste them to the proto-exist BlackBerry Applications Softwares Download is beyond my priority (at that time I still worked on my daily income rate). So, when I realized that I only have to adjust the comment setting in my blogger account to fix that (What a moron!? Lols) I'm glad I didn't change my template in the first place. The template is doing just fine. So, I'm glad to inform you that from todays on, you can comment whatever you like on my post. I believe it's a dofollow, too...(if it's not, please someone tell me how...) so, make sure you comment here anytime you visit. Ok. Thanks everybody. Let's support and respect each other.


Sunday, May 24, 2009

Games for BlackBerry

Above is the screenshot of what you will get for your BlackBerry 9000 series (Storm), or so the source say. I don't know. Try download it here.

While this is a screenshot for the games for the 88xx series you can download here.
I hope its okay for the original uploader if I put it here in my post, can't help it.
via gurudl


Saturday, May 23, 2009

Friendship Chain #2

Thanks sweetdonut, for passing me this.

~~Begin Copy~~

This is the easy way and the fastest way to :
1. Make your Authority Technorati explode.
2. Increase your Google Page Rank.
3. Get more traffic to your blog.
4. Makes more new friends.

Rules :
1. Start copy from "Begin Copy" until "End Copy" to your blog.
2. Put your own blog name and link.
3. Tag your friends as much as you can.

1. Picturing of Life 2. Juliana's Site 3. Hazel-My Life, My Hope, My Future.4. Jeanne-The Callalily Space5.My Family is my Life 6. The Simple Life of a Baghag 7. On A Wonderful Day Like Today 8. House Everything 9. The Creativity in Me 10. Travel and Photography 11. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow 12. You Are My Sunshine 13.Song to Remember 14. Super Blog 15. Philiippine Tv Marathon 16.Simply Blue 17. Breaking the Boundaries 18. Top Five 19. elai's haven 20. bittersweet life 21. BlackBerry Applications

Now I'm passing this to: 1. Trek 2. Abbey Mae 3. Lizzie 4. Ayu 5. Easy Bingo 6. Neslihan 7. 007
and all of my friend's list. Feel free to grab it.


Friendship Chain

I want to thank krislea for passing me this Friendship Chain
Begin Copy
This is the easy way and the fastest way to :
1. Make your Authority Technorati explode.
2. Increase your Google Page Rank.
3. Get more traffic to your blog.
4. Makes more new friends.
Rules : 1. Start copy from “Begin Copy” until “End Copy” to your blog.
2. Put your own blog name and link.
3. Tag your friends as much as you can.
1. Picturing of Life 2. Juliana’s Site 3. Hazel-My Life, My Hope, My Future.4. Jeanne-The Callalily Space5.My Family is my Life 6. The Simple Life of a Baghag 7. On A Wonderful Day Like Today 8. House Everything 9. The Creativity in Me 10. Travel and Photography 11. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow 12. You Are My Sunshine 13.Song to Remember 14. Super Blog 15. Philiippine Tv Marathon 16.Simply Blue 17. Breaking the Boundaries 18. Top Five 19. A Simple Life 20. Simple Happy Life 21. Things That Matter Most 22. Business Matters 23. Amiable AmyBeyond Photography 25. Beautiful Language 26. Beautiful Soul 27. San Diego w/ love 28. allinkorea 29. idealpinkrose 30. Krislea's World 31. BlackBerry
I'm tagging the following:
Free Comic Download
Women Self Esteem
Modern Rock Lyric
Let's Prettify
Life is Beautifull
Fashion is My Passion


Thursday, May 21, 2009

BlackBerry Curve 8900 Javelin and AT&T: The Most Anticipated Union

I’ve been told by a reliable source we should see the BlackBerry 8900 Curve2 (Javelin) released on AT&T on Thursday, May 21. Earlier, the word was June or July.

I quote that from "AT&T set to launch the 8900 Javelin on May 21", an article in blackberrynews. Unquestionably, my post here is the follow-through of my post a while back ago. After an hour of googling, I found that although the joint-forces is much anticipated--regarding the pro-longed delay from both RIM and AT&T, the hype they both imbue or lack thereof--people's opinion is still concerned about whether it will be a 3G or the over-used EDGE.
Some of the comments I found in crackberry toward the issue are simply hilarious. Those who commented there seems like didn't care even if the union never happen at all. What makes the union so hype in the first place then? Well, in my opinion it maybe solely based on the fact that AT&T Wireless Network or simply AT&T, is still the sole provider for Apple's 3G iPhone, the infamous RIM's BlackBerry competitor, and vice versa. So, if indeed the new BlackBerry Curve 8900 will only be an EDGE-based smartphone, what's with the so much fuss? I guess for both RIM and AT&T the answer will be the same. "If by delaying you can create a whole new market, why not? It's business." Yeah, and business is good.
PS: Don't forget to check it out, 21st May, IS tomorrow (today, in my case).
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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

BlackBerry E-Book: How To Do Everything With Your BlackBerry

By Curt Simmons, 2nd Edition
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
ISBN: 0072255870
368 pages
Taken from phazeddl, posted by Mister Danger

Ok. You have your BlackBerry Curve 8900. So what? That doesn't elude you from becoming a clueless gadget owner you always are, does it? This e-book, titled "How To do Everything With Your BlackBerry" by Curt Simmons maybe is your answer to your never ending questions concerning your BlackBerry Smartphone. It helps you explain how to send messages (you are in serious trouble, dude), download the latest application, through BlackBerry App World, or simply how to keep safe it from unwanted hands (ok, that's me exaggerating). Download it now so that you can maximize your ability and knowledge of your lovely BlackBerry Smartphone by RIM.


Sunday, May 17, 2009

Bestel Blackberry 3GP Video Converter 3.1.2

Actually, I never use this application for my BlackBerry. You know, because 3GP is infamously used for amateur porn? And that my friend, isn't something I like...the amateur, not the porn te he he...
Nevertheless, it maybe something you've been searching for all this can convert DivX, XviD, AVI, WMV, MPG, MPEG, ASF, RM, RMVB, MOV, ASX, SVCD, VCD format. You can also edit the frame rate, image size and so on, so that it can all fit into your Blackberry Curve 8900, or your BlacKberry Bold or your shiny BlackBerry Storm...Enjoy


Wednesday, May 13, 2009

BlackBerry's Dream for Evernote

When I first made this blog, I imagined it will be the most elaborate download site for BlackBerry Smartphone applications. In my first few posts, I simply throw whatever apps I found out there give it a link and voila, a new post created. Pathetic. But then I realize that I have quite great writing ability it would be redundant to waste it. So, as you can see, I started to blabber a little bit on this or that, giving it more personal touch to something which started as a quite drab site tagged BlackBerry Applications Softwares Download.
So, I compromise a lil' bit. I've decided I'll keep the daily rants as to fulfill my personal need of writing something worthy, and at the same time, provide the download links for your BlackBerry Curve 8900, BlackBerry Bold 9000 or your BlackBerry Storm applications. And all that is within one post. How great is that? Not that great, huh? Whatev.
The only difficulties is that I'm not famous for being consistent of what I'm gonna write, lest to purposely and specifically write something about the available download I'm going to post. Uh-uh. That's not how I work.
So, I guess from now on you will be accustomed to read about how I missed my lovely dog while at the download link I provide something, for example, like the new Evernote application for your BlackBerry here. Ok folks? Consider yourself been warned...
PS: The picture above is taken from BlackBerry News.


Monday, May 11, 2009

BlackBerry Bold Versus iPhone Video

This is a video, courtesy of, which I found in Youtube. You can see here BlackBerry Bold is head-to-head with iPhone. I can't judge it for you which one is the best for it will be too subjective. (Hello!? This blog is named BlackBerry Applications Softwares Download, not iPhone Applications Softwares Download, though that will be good idea to make one :) ) BlackBerry Bold, depicted on my right screen, along with other BlackBerry series, is indeed a serious contender to the smartphone market which is, by and large, a big market with only a few players. If I am one of RIM's top decisions makers, I'll made each of the BlackBerry series its own marketing team, tech development team, separate providers and different market sector and let them compete one against each other, creating competitions or lack thereof, amidst the huge market. Die iPhone die!
No. I'm just joking...not really.


Thursday, May 7, 2009

Joint Forces: BlackBerry Curve 8900 + AT&T

After become the top sale in the first trimester of 2009, BlackBerry Curve 8900, the newest breed of BlackBerry Curve Smartphone by RIM, will join forces with AT&T the following summer. According to ChannelWeb,

AT&T said that users who select an unlimited data plan for the BlackBerry Curve 8900 will also receive AT&T Wi-Fi access at nearly 20,000 U.S. hotspots, such as retail stores, restaurants and airports.
That is to say, that this is another kind of "buy one get more" sales strategy which, predictably, will make BlackBerry Curve 8900 still on the top for another trimester.
AT&T as we know is the sole provider for Apple iPhone. So, is there something more behind this joint-forces act? I can't tell. Although none of both AT&T and RIM announce the exact date, yet, the rumor has it that it will be on the following summer.
BlackBerry Curve 8900 not only features a full QWERTY keypad, but also a high-resolution 480 by 360 screen, 3.2-megapixel camera with auto-focus and image stabilization and premium phone features among other features. So, let's hope that the combination of AT&T and BlackBerry Curve 8900 will create a powerful gadget which we're all will be happy to flash around.


Tuesday, May 5, 2009

BlackBerry Curve Beats iPhone

The iPhone lost its spot as top-selling phone to the BlackBerry Curve in the first quarter of 2009, but that doesn’t necessarily spell the end of the iPhone’s market dominance, said Ross Rubin, an analyst for researchers The NPD Group,
according to Roy Furchgott in his article on Gadgetwise, May 4th 2009. Read more from the article here

The culprit, of course on the perspective of iPhone, is the
"Buy one, get one free” deal for the BlackBerry. “That promotion pushed it over the top,” he said. Another reason is that the Curve was available through four major carriers, while the iPhone remains exclusive to AT&T.
said Ross Rubin, an analyst for researchers The NPD Group, in that article.

The interesting part for me is that people don't make up their decision to buy technology by the technology itself. Marketing strategies do work especially when there are significant competitors out there. Well, to my relief, BlackBerry Curve is the apparent winner of the first trimester of 2009. How well BlackBerry will perform in the future? Well, if RIM do apply what I suggested about what future BlackBerry should be in the previous post, I can say that there is nothing for them to worry about.


Saturday, May 2, 2009

Future BlackBerry Smartphone

If I were one of RIM's creative team, the one name I should propose to the new BlackBerry Smartphone series is first, BlackBerry Celebrity. I guess it is reasonable on the following basis: uncounted celebrities are sighted using BlackBerry (Jen Aniston, The Kardashians, Kate Hudson, even Mr. Obama). Second, because it has features that match the embellish title. Cocky casing, expensive material (gold-plated keypad for example, or bling-bling-embeded LCD), super secure e-mail (like Obama's 8830) and the most cool yet, The Camouflage feature. It is a feature to literally mimic its surrounding, (if not automatically then manually by adjust the setting of the casing). Yes. This one even has OS in its casing, enable the owner to match the casing color to what they wear (just like most celebrities do) with just one-push, instead of changing it mechanically. The third reason is simply the name is in rhyme ."BlackBerry Celebrity". Cute. ...Ok. It's not that cute, who needs another celebrity, anyway? Passed. Move on.

Another series will be that of (drum rolling) BlackBerry BoyScout. "I have the ol' Storm here, what are yours?" "Well, look at my new BoyScout!"
Of course, naturally, it is designed for outdoor activities; hiking, snorkeling, diving, X-games and more. It has anti-scratch feature (with its Turtl feature), anti-break from falling, water resistance up to 200m, high altitude resistance, long-lasting battery, and super powerful signal seeker (so that no matter where you are you can connected), built-in precise GPS system and digital compass (so you don't get lost in the wilderness) and taaaraaa, the first portable radar system (RadBerry feature)! Wow! Cool isn't it? It can traces objects up to 1 mile from your location and is integrated to the GPS so you can avoid any harm when you are trekking. Dude! This is supercool or what? This, definitely will bring a whole new definition to the term Smartphone. Thanks to me.
The third and the last, for now, is what I like most: BlackBerry BlackHole.
BlackBerry BlackHole is a brand new concept for BlackBerry and even for the whole class of other smartphones. In other words, this gadget is the peak of telecommunication technology. Clad in black, it has all the peak feature of the two previous Berries: Camouflage casing as well as the Turtl, super-secure e-mail, full LCD, which is equipped by both touchscreen technology and point-screen technology. In the latter, you just need to point your stylus toward the screen to perform a task. No more delay reaction, no more scratch on the LCD surface. The stylus will equipped by a scroller to ease your scanning and screening routine. To type your email (which is also super-secure), you simply air-write it toward the LCD, and it will be converted to your chosen fonts, no more thumb numbing messaging sessions, folks!
I guess that's all for now. If only people at Rim read this post. How 'bout you? Write what you have in mind toward future BlackBerry in comment section.


Friday, May 1, 2009

Slacker Radio Just Hits a Million In BlackBerry

Yup. Not only that Slacker is definitely a must have app in your BlackBerry Smartphone, it is also the most popular. You see, Slacker Inc. has announced that the number of Slacker's download for BlackBerry Smartphone just record 1,000,000 hits! That means, as I wrote this, there's one million BlackBerries loaded with this personal radio.
It's not that surprising, though. In a recent article by Hip Hop Press, it is said the quality of Slacker radio works miracle for itself. It has more songs, which counted in millions, high-fidelity audio and, the coolest yet, station caching feature which mean you don't have to be connected to the net to listen to your favorite radio stations.
By far, says the same source, the hi-fidelity of Slacker is still the best among its competitor. Yeah, right. Which sales rep, won't say that?
But it's revealed to be true. Recently Slacker has been awarded the prestigious CNET Editors' Choice award, something which they'll never get without the quality, service, performance, design and value of their product.
Competitors, just be ready for an early declining traffic!
You can download Slacker radio freely via BlackBerry App World or simply visit Slacker Personal Radio.
Note: for the time being, it's only available to BlackBerry users in US.


Thursday, April 30, 2009


Who do you think are the most famous BlackBerry Smartphone's owner? Kim Kardashian? Yeah, she is sexy, but sexy doesn't constitute famous, let alone global power.

“I’m still clinging to my BlackBerry,” Mr. Obama said Wednesday in an interview with CNBC and The New York Times. “They’re going to pry it out of my hands.”
reports New York Times.

Yes. It is Mr. Barrack Obama, the current President of USA, himself. He owns a BlackBerry smartphone 8830 series, which, according to some sources, is the most secure BlackBerry on Earth.
I'm wondering what features are planted in this handheld? Impenetrable e-mail services? Check. Secure phone line? Uhuh. Yahoo Messenger? Unlikely. One-push-button to the Defcon 4? Curiously there is.
But what I wonder most is, whether Mr. Obama is as clumsy as most of us when it comes to our gadget? You know, like when we forgot where we put it the last time. Does he also left his BlackBerry in the backseats? In Oval Office after a meeting with the Chinese Ambassador, to which the latter would absolutely take advantage of? Or simply when he, like we usually are, simply forgot where the last time he used it, whether it be Air Force One or the desk next to his bed? Will someone stole that goddamn smartphone like we've experienced?
Whatever. To my opinion, RIM , the maker of BlackBerry smartphone, SHOULD pay a large sum of money to Obama. Just like Google paid the Adsense publishers whenever one click on the ads on their page, the same like Google paid by the Adword clients when one click their ads. And like both, it should be counted on daily basis, you know, based on how many he was caught on camera using, or simply holding, that gadget. I mean, what promotion is bigger than this? We heard that some celebrities are willing to do commercial ads but not without a generous money on the contract? And who is bigger celebrities than Obama now? How many RIM should pay Obama?
According to New York Times
, it shouldn't be less than US$ 25 Million or US$ 50 Million. And imagine, considering that Obama is a public servant and not allowed to receive any cash from third party during his tenure, how many is the accumulation of the daily ads revenue owed by RIM in the end of his service? A lot! Well, Mr. Obama, I guess that means that whenever you retired, you retired richly. Congratulations!


Wednesday, April 29, 2009

PicoNews: RSS Reader for BlackBerry

This is for you who like to be always updated by recent news or simply the latest posts of blogs you follow. PicoNews offers its service which can be download freely.
You can read its review on BBgeeks by following this link.


Monday, April 27, 2009

International Blogger Community

Thanks BitterSweet Life for this and thanks for helping me find a way in linking my FIRST COMMENTER...:-)

1. Link the person who tagged you.
2. Copy the image above, the rules and the questionnaire in this post.
3. Post this in one or all of your blogs.
4. Answer the four questions following these Rules.
5. Recruit at least seven (7) friends on your Blog Roll by sharing this with them.
6. Come back to BLoGGiSTa iNFo CoRNeR (PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE THIS LINK) at and leave the URL of your Post in order for you/your Blog to be added to the Master List.
7. Have Fun!

Questions & Your Answers:
1. The person who tagged you: BitterSweet Life
2. His/her site’s title and url: BitterSweet Life
3. Date when you were tagged: April 24 2009
4. Persons you tagged:


Friday, April 24, 2009

BlackBerry Storm for Verizon Wireless Video

Check this video!!!


Wednesday, April 22, 2009

BlackBerry Story

Hey! Since it is obvious that I made this blog for adsensing, apart from providing BlackBerry applications, whether that be softwares, programs, themes, movies or ringtones for free, or links to several blogs or websites that provide them, I want to share my opinion toward Google Adsense.
It is bloody hard! Especially for newbie like me who knows not about html, xml code, pay per click, page eCPM, CTR and so much more gimmicks used by Google toward its product.
I literally start from zero and still in zero-point-something point today. So, it's not my success story whatsoever yet. Although I would like to share it sometimes (when I have succeed in my adsense, that's when!).
So like any other newbies I started to find out more about adsense, SEO, keywords, Google analytics, the whole shenannigans till today.
Like most or few of you , I bumped into some scams sites, false ads, deceptive sites once and a while, even joined them sometimes in order to boost my fuckin Internet income. When I first started, I was a weekly onliner instead of daily one. I spent 4-5 hours online hours a day in a week instead an hour daily to catch up. My investment toward adsense in form of bills from Public Internet Booth is much bigger than what I've got from Adsense. I almost give up, and I did! For at least two months. But then again reality struck me dumb:If I can't succeed in something as simple as displaying ads of certain companies to others, than how on hell can I succeed in anything else? So I started again, first by investing to buy a modem so that I can go online daily, for blogwalking, posting and smile (Yeah you know what I mean) to other bloggers.
And slowly but sure my adsense earning goes up and up. And the first thing I realize is that you need to invest in order to gain profit. For me that means bought a modem and join a lame ISP (my money isn't enough yet to join the good one) and join or subscribe to something that really works you know, such clickbank to boost my income. I'm not lying: I AM trying to promote this site here. Some of the products maybe costly, but from what I read they do work. This is a sample of one that work in relation with adsense program:Buy Here!. Simple suggestion? Don't buy it if you're not ready to make an investment to gain profit. For the rest of you, feel free to find out, try and buy it.


My First Award! (More to follow!)

Taraaa! Finally! Thanks For Beauty Healthy who gave me this much awaited award. And now (because supposedly I have to pass this award to other seven bloggers) I will give this award to these magnificent seven:
ILOILO ON FOOT for this blogger is the first who link my blog I supposed, then to the beatles who always visiting me everyday for a week but is now ceased to do so apparently (:)), and to tripzibit whose article has helped me understand what the hell SEO is, then to ¥LoVeMeFoReVeR¥ whom I visited when I got this award (lucky you!), to Small Note whose back link for me isn't added yet (peace, bro!), to RockyMountainMom who diligently posting her blog almost every single day and finally to Bowo Mukri to boost his lame blogging spirit.
Enjoy! And last and least, for each of the aforementioned bloggers, please pass this award to other (at least) seven bloggers and don't forget to link each of the blog you give this award to and the one gave you (that's me of course!) and finally inform them about them being given an award...Thank you very much, happy blogging!


Saturday, April 18, 2009

BlackBerry Ringtones: Tokyo Drift

Download this famous OST of 2Fast and 2Furious as your BlackBerry Ringtones! (via


Friday, April 17, 2009

BlackBerry Ringtones: Radiohead-High and Dry

Radiohead has always been one of my favorite artists. Furthermore, their particular song "High and Dry" has helped me went through such turbulence phase of my life. Before I'm getting more nostalgic and embarrassed myself by giving further unneccessarily confession :). Why dont you download that song (via as your Blackberry ringtone?


BlackBerry Ringtones:

The BlackBerry ringtones in this site isn't free. Nevertheless it has a wide range of ringtones for your BlackBerry, as well as Mp3 files of various songs from various artists, from Gwen Stefani to Jason Mraz. I think you should visit yourself and download the ringtones for your BlackBerry a.s.a.p.


Thursday, April 16, 2009

BlackBerry Ringtones: Mission Impossible Theme Song

Da.. da da da da.. da.. da da da... You know that famous theme song better than I do! Of course sometimes I have to shake the image of Tom Cruise out of my head whenever I heard this. Nevertheless, it's a one hell of BlackBerry ringtone. It makes you sound a lil' bit dangerous and mysterious, doesn't it?


BlackBerry Ringtones: THX Opening

This is the famous opening theme for most cinema!

Length: 0:14 minutes
File Size: (59.45 KB)
Format: MP3 Mono 22kHz 32Kbps (CBR)
Devices Supported: BlackBerry Storm, BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Curve, BlackBerry Pearl, BlackBerry 8800 and 8700 Series Smartphones.


Blackberry Ringtones: Transformer

This ringtone is taken from Transformer: The Movie

Length: 0:01 minutes
File Size: (24.29 KB)
Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)*
Devices Supported: BlackBerry Storm, BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Curve, BlackBerry Pearl, BlackBerry 8800 and 8700 Series Smartphones.

*To unzip it, simply replace the CBR extension into rar, or zip.


Monday, April 13, 2009

Movies on BlackBerry

As soon as you realized that your BlackBerry is not only a mean of communication but also an entertainment one, you will find yourself craving for the music, movies (or porn) to cram your BlackBerry.


BlackBerry MP3 Ringtones

Download Mp3 Ringtones for your BlackBerry. Tons of it you can find it here


Friday, April 10, 2009

BlackBerry Games: Pacman

Pacman, here by Benny Chow, is a classic game started from our Atari or Nitendo game console back then to the mobile shiny BlackBerry of yours. Download Pacman via


Thursday, April 9, 2009


Ever feel lost in a new place? Can't find the nearest groceries? Which way to turn to the closest bar? Beyond411 compiles business listings for you. You can use it with Google Maps, or only on its own. In addition to business listings, it also offers driving directions.


Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Blackbird: A Twitter Client for BlackBerry

You can use it to update your Twitter via BlackBerry. Cool stuff if I might add. Blackbird is one of BlackBerry applications you should have.


Tuesday, April 7, 2009


BerryBuzz extends your default Blackberry alert system. BerryBuzz allows you to customize the LED color for many alert type and keeps the LED flashing for longer than the default 15 minutes your BlackBerry does.
It will repeat alerts until acknowledged so you will never miss an alert again.
Plus it adds customizable vibrate for incoming calls. Finally you an have your BlackBerry vibrates while it is ringing.
BerryBuzz is a product from Bellshare, the creator of instango, the popular free instant messenger for Blackberry and Java smartphones. Connects to ICQ, AIM, MSN, GoogleTalk and Yahoo! anywhere, anytime. (Crackberry)

Minimum Requirements:
  • Blackberry OS 4.2.1 with color LED
Operating System
4.2, 4.3, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7

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