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BlackBerry Bridge App gets updated to v1.0.5.6

 

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It looks like the BlackBerry Bridge app got updated to version1.0.5.6.  Not everyone may be seeing the update yet, but it is rolling out.  It’s tradition that when Bridge gets a bump up like this, we see the BlackBerry PlayBook get an update as well.  There hasn’t been any rumors a PlayBook OS rolling this soon, but it would be oh so kind of RIM to roll out 2.0 with some nice features including native email (calendar, memo, etc) and Android Player.  Now that’s too much to ask for in one update I think.  Any way, Bridge is up in App World, but once again the update might not be reached to everyone just yet.  Enjoy!

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BlackBerry Bridge App gets updated to v1.0.5.6
Mac Jadalhack
Wed, 24 Aug 2011 10:00:00 GMT

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