Posts Tagged ‘BerryWeather’
  • BerryWeather 2.0 allows desktop weather background and more!
    by Mike
    Posted December 7th, 2009 at 6:12 am
    Back in my BlackBerry days when I took a brief hiatus from my iPhone to rekindle the love fest that got me hooked on smartphones to begin with, I stumbled across a pretty good weather app called BerryWeather. It wasn't terribly deep or full of features but it looked pretty nice to most eyes -- something many BlackBerry apps simply can't claim. I have since strayed from my roots but do find it interesting to keep up with BlackBerry app news most days. If you're looking for a fairly robust and ...
  • BerryWeather for Blackberry [Review]
    by Mike
    Posted May 30th, 2009 at 8:59 am
    Blackberry users who enjoy a "deeper-than-average" weather forecast on their addictive devices will find that BerryWeather, while not perfect, brings a lot to the table. Is it enough to part with $10 of your hard earned money? If you can live without a dedicated radar and a few inconsistencies between the in-app temperature/condition current forecast and the homescreen icon's display of temp/forecast, you're already winning half the battle. The second half deals more with how deep your lo...
  • Blackberry finally gets a good looking weather app: BerryWeather
    by Mike
    Posted March 28th, 2009 at 2:10 pm
    While the Blackberry is the hands down winner of the corporate and workhorse world, the consumer oriented side and more "design" side of things aren't really the Blackberries strongest points.  Even on the newest models such as the Bold and Storm, many of the apps while extremely functional, look as if they were written and developed 8-10 years ago.  BerryWeather thankfully is bucking this trend and manages to come off as a great weather app that looks like it belongs on an iPhone.  Come ...
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