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BlackBerry Workspace coming to Android & iOS

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BlackBerry is bringing BlackBerry Workspace to Android & iOS. This will allow these devices to be used along with BlackBerry 10 devices within the workplace. Android looks to be getting a little better experience than iOS with this feature as show in the video below. The video is brought to you by the awesome guys at CrackBerry.com. DOWNLOAD HERE :
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rim.mobilefusion.client

I noticed alot of ppl complaining that BlackBerry shouldn’t be giving thus feature to other OS’s, & that it was dumb on their part to do so. I think that these ppl forget about where over half of the apps on their new Z10 come from, which is from Android. It’s funny because at the time that Android gave BB the ability to use their apps through Android Runtime, Android users were saying the exact same thing. Well it hasn’t hurt Android in the slightest & I don’t believe it will hurt BB either. iOS on the other hand I’m not sure what BlackBerry is or has gained from them or if compensation will come in a different form?
What do you guys think about all this?
Hit up the comment section below & let us know.

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

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Wild Blood gets Multi Player

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Gameloft’s amazing sword swinging action packed game Wild Blood has recently been updated with a bunch of New things, including Multi Player.
Below is a list of all the New features included in this most recent update.

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There’s also a new icon so if your searching your downloaded apps in the play store to re download it you might fly right by it. Here’s the New Icon
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If you don’t already have this amazing game you can get it from the Play Store for Android or App Store for iOS @ a price of $6.99
Have you had a chance to check it out yet, what did you think? Tell us your thoughts in the comment section below.

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

Opera has a New Mobile Browser

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I’ve been having a hell of a time finding a browser for mobile devices that contains every feature I’m looking for, so any news of a new mobile browser has me intrigued.
Well it seems Opera has created a new browser called Opera Ice.
Opera Ice is a gesture based browser that gets rid of all the buttons in favor of icons & swipe gestures. Opera plans to release this mobile version in February & will be showing their work off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
They also have a PC browser due out a month later. Let’s check out the mobile version in the video below.

What are your first impressions of Ice, can you see it replacing your present browser?
What exactly do you look for when choosing a browser & what are you using right now?

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

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