The BlackBerry Connection® newsletter guide to the tips you need to know to become a BlackBerry® smartphone pro
We regularly provide tips and tricks that let you get more out of your BlackBerry smartphone. This month, we’ve asked coworkers at Research In Motion (RIM) for some of their favorite tips, tricks and shortcuts. We got so many, we’ll be providing you with even more next month!
Do more with your email
The Gmail™ plug-in is the first downloadable email client built by RIM, and it brings all the conveniences of this popular email service to your BlackBerry smartphone. Here, we look into some of the time-saving features you can take advantage of with the Gmail plug-in on your BlackBerry smartphone.
U2 Fan? Get inside U2’s No Line on the Horizon album and see the 360° tour come to life with the app that gives you more U2 on your BlackBerry smartphone. Get exclusive photos, listen to tracks, watch videos, and get up to the minute news and info.
It’s all about U2. And it’s all on your BlackBerry smartphone.
- Get inside the album with access to songs from No Line on the Horizon, essays from the band, and video clips
- Access dynamic news feeds from U2.com and receive alerts when new content is available
- View exclusive images of the band in the recording studio and on the road
- And more features coming soon, including the “Who’s Listening” section, photo displays, tour tracker and more!
Supported Devices and Operating Systems: BlackBerry® Curve™ 8300 Series, BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8100 Series, BlackBerry® Bold™ 9000 smartphone, BlackBerry® Pearl™ Flip 8200 Series, BlackBerry® Curve™ 8900 smartphone, BlackBerry® Curve™ 8800 Series, BlackBerry® Storm™ 9500 Series, BlackBerry® Tour™ 9630 Series, and BlackBerry® Curve 8520 smartphone. Requires BlackBerry® Device Software v4.5 or higher and an SD Card.
BlackBerry smartphones are designed to withstand daily wear and tear. Knock your smartphone off your desk or accidently roll it across the room and chances are, you can pick it up and use it as though nothing happened. (Of course, we don’t recommend you try this.)
But some accidents are a bit more extreme.
There’s a new way to interact with the BlackBerry Community Support Forums—follow the group on Twitter at www.twitter.com/blackberryforum.