In search of the pro A/V/L and IT apps we love on iOS and Android for Z10 and Q10
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In an article from New York Times sales in the U.S. of BlackBerry's Z10 and the Q10 in the U.S. are "getting a warm welcome from Verizon Wireless, the biggest American carrier." But that doesn't mean that niche app developers are filling the BlackBerry World coffers with pro AV technology, lighting and audiophile apps. I have been watching for them. Am I just not seeing them?
I thought I would give end users some time to get the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 in hand, download some apps and start using them before I started to collect the apps. So, I have been in search of AV and IT apps and have checked out different blogs on CrackBerry and reviews on BlackBerry World, where Z10 users go to download apps and have compiled a few of the most popular as well as a couple that haven't been out for long but look like they have promise. It's a start.
After spending several hours searching through apps I would like to recommend that BlackBerry require better screen caps from the developers. The screen caps don't provide enough information to let you know what to expect. The User Interface is everything on a smartphone.
If you are a BlackBerry Z10 user and come across some new apps that really make a difference in your work life, please leave your comments below to share with others. We're looking for audio, video, lighting, IT and productivity apps.
Also curious if you are a BlackBerry Z10 user if you switched from another platform or did you just stay with the brand?
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