blog and news on developments on their camera app for Blackberry - CAMultimate the Blackberry Camera App with Burst, Timer, Effects and more..

Following being featured and the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee price reduction offer, we have noticed that CAMultimate has reached number 17 on the Top Paid apps Carosel for the first time ever!

A great and proud achievement for our team
CAmultimate Camera Tools Top 17 Paid app in Blackberry App World
CAMultimate Camera Tools shown as within the Top 20 Apps on Blackberry App World
CAMultimate is also available to download via Mobiroo from today.

Mobiroo is an App Store for Blackberry and Android devices. It enables you to purchase a app gift card for your family and friend and allows them to download any app that they like from their app store.

It makes a great gift to anyone who loves their smartphone and loves great value apps. The giftcard benefits great value for example a Mobiroo App gift card purchased at $25 will allow you to download apps to the monetary value of $35.

If anyone does not have a credit or debit card or paypal account then this is ideal as the app card can be bought for cash from stores such as 7 Eleven, K-Mart, Asda, CarphoneWarehouse, Radioshack, Shell stations and Best Buy.
CAMultimate available to purchase from the Mobiroo App Gift Store
CAMultimate available to download at the Mobiroo App Store
Just a quick boot up test of the Blackberry 10 Dev Alpha device versus

Blackberry Torch 9800 running
Blackberry Curve 9360 running
Blackberry Torch 9810 running
Blackberry 8110 Pearl running

Wonder who will win..?
Now that we have unboxed the Dev Alpha device, this is the power up video and a walkthrough of the features in the playbook modified operating system currently on the prototype device.

Going through the on board standard camera (non scalado), the web browser, youtube, swipe gestures, keyboard

Please be advised that this is just a beta device and in now way is the final Blackberry 10 device model design
Our unboxing video of the Blackberry 10 Dev Alpha device and a walkthrough of what is inside the box. at the Blackberry Jam Tour in London June 2012 team member visiting the Blackberry 10 Jam Tour in London in June 2012
We were very pleased to reward our staff members to a trip to the Thames River Bank in London at the amazing Vinapolis venue for the Blackberry 10 Jam Tour 2012 in London.

The place where RIM reassured developers that all Blackberry was certainly not lost and not forgotten.

The upcoming Blackberry OS 10 certainly bags a lot of potential from what we gathered; smoother multitasking in the form of cascades, slicker operating system, better hardware, neat user interface touches, new gesture touch swipes, a brand new faster keyboard touch type system, all looks promising and something that will definately propel Blackberry back onto the market to compete against the Android and of course the dreaded iPhone!

Senior members of Research In Motion UK reassured developers at the conference that all was not lost at Blackberry despite the negativity and pounding of their stocks in the last 18 months. They seem to be not only playing catchup but from the seminars on show, it looks as if the new OS will put RIM back onto the smartfone arena.

They also seemed to understand that developers need not only simulators but actual devices to asscertain actual behaviour sometimes which cannot be mirrored on simulators, with this in mind, we were also privilidged enough to be on the chosen list of a few developers in the UK who have Qualified for a free Blackberry 10 Alpha Device designed to help us develop the next generation of apps on the new Blackberry OS which is fantastic of RIM to provide.

Apps created using javascript for the old Blackberry Operating System up to OS 7.1 are not expected to be compatible for the new Blackberry OS10 so the challenge is on for the developers to ensure that apps are plentiful for the Blackberry 10 customers to further satisfy their ever changing needs and demands.

Although the Blackberry 10 Alpha device is not the actual finished product due to be released towards the end of the year, it does however give us developers an insight as to what to expect from the final release and get us closer to making the bridge easy from the divide that is HTML 5 and the new OS10.

Blackberry 10 Jam Tour in London 2012
Blackberry 10 Jam Tour poster in London, June 2012
See our BerryReview of the CAMultimate Jubilee offer

CAMultimate Camera Tools on Berry Review
CAMultimate Camera Tools; Jubilee Offer was also shared to readers of Blackberry Cool

CAMultimate Camera Tools on BlackberryCool
Our offer for the Diamond Jubilee was also shared on Blackberry Empire

CAMultimate post on Blackberry Empire
Reviews of the Jubilee Offer on a few more websites