Would you sell an old mobile phone so you can upgrade to a BlackBerry?
20 April 2010 — 6:54 PM
Money for old mobile phones could help pay for a BlackBerry, which has seen the official Twitter app launched.
According to the Sun, testing of the app revealed impressive results.
While SocialScope, TwitterBerry and UberTwitter have proved popular, the newspaper said it welcomed the official app, which works like the "great" Facebook one.
Images can be conveniently uploaded from the mobile phone's camera, while direct messages are sent to the inbox.
"And with the general election being such a hot topic on the micro-blogging site, anything that ensures we don't miss a tweet gets our vote," the tabloid enthused.
Individuals who want to sell their old mobile phone for a BlackBerry, which allows quick internet access, can get the app for free from the official App World.
Other free apps available at BlackBerry App World - described as "top items" by the store - include Facebook, a dictionary and thesaurus from dictionary.com, WeatherEye and Daily Horoscope.
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