This post rounds out the spotlight on the BlackBerry apps I use. The three apps in this post are all free.
Simply rebooting your computer is often the answer to a host of problems. Likewise, restarting your BlackBerry recaptures memory. Restarting can be accomplished in several ways. One way is to physically remove the battery. If your BlackBerry is in a protective case, removing it from the case may be a hassle. You can also reset the device by holding down the “ALT” key, the right shift key, and holding the “Delete” key at the same time.
If that combination is tough to remember or tough to perform, try “Quick Pull.” You can schedule this app to automatically perform a reset at a certain time each day. I prefer to simply run the app manually one each week.
On your BlackBerry, go to BlackBerry App World and search for “Quick Pull.” It is a free download..
QR Scanner Pro
Everyone needs a good QR code reader, and “QR Scanner Pro” is quick and easy. Open the app, point, and click “Scan QR Code.” When the software has recognized the code, it vibrates and shows your results. That’s it! On your BlackBerry, go to BlackBerry App World and search for “QR Scanner Pro.” It is a free download currently with an average rating of 4 1/2 stars.
The PlayBook does not allow for a good file structure. Air Browser lets you to cut, copy, and paste files. You can create, rename, and delete files and folders. On your PlayBook, go to BlackBerry App World and search for “Air Browser.” It is a free download currently with an average rating of 4 stars.