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BlackBerry News for smartphones updated to v1.1.0.23


Not only did BlackBerry News for PlayBook update today, but also for BlackBerry smartphones as well.  The update is to version which is also coming along with a change log.  There’s a few new features including UI enhancements which is always good to see.  Back in version which was only for OS 7 devices,we saw the same change log come out but here it is in case you missed out on it last time around.  PocketBerry reader swicknam let us know that the update is for OS 6 users as well.  So here’s that same change log once again:

  • UI enhancements
  • Provides an indicator for new content since last update
  • Article search across your news subscriptions
  • Performance improvements
  • Import Google Reader subscriptions
  • Backup and restore through BlackBerry Desktop Manager
  • Language support for: English, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Italian, German

Download BlackBerry News >>

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  2. How to import your Viigo subscriptions into BlackBerry News Feeds
  3. BlackBerry Desktop Manager updated to v6.1.0.35
  4. Stocks+ for BlackBerry updated to v1.3
  5. BlackBerry News for PlayBook updated to v1.1 – New Features!
  6. BlackBerry News App for PlayBook updated to v1.0.0.91
  7. Google Mobile App updates to v3.9.6 – No change log!
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BlackBerry News for smartphones updated to v1.1.0.23
Kal Chebli
Thu, 18 Aug 2011 18:17:38 GMT


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