BlackBerry Apps of the Day: Codee Reader, Newspile, Txt2mbox

These are the BlackBerry hot Apps for today:
Codee Reader
Want to read the bar codes? Take your BlackBerry out and download Codee Reader. It’s a simple app that will let you scan the bar codes. You can also scan the QR codes via this app. The scanning is fast and accurate.
You can also check the QR codes that you have scanned recently. They are placed in the history. If you have liked any QR based websites, you can invite your friends and family their by using the share feature. Don’t let your phone shake so much.You don’t have to pay anything to get this app. The app is available for free to download. Download it today and make your BlackBerry device a Codee Reader.
A beautifully designed Google Reader client is available for your BlackBerry Playbook. There are piles of news that you want to read. If you want to make changes in the Google Reader, you don’t have to go there. Changes within this app will also apply on your Google Reader.
Not only that, Newspile also lets you vie the embedded videos. You can share your news items via Google. It is optimized for low memory consumption so that your battery life will not be greatly affected. The layout is clean and UI is amazing. It also supports GZIP so that you can fetch news items faster and in an efficient way.It also has the social services integration. If you want to use it in a portrait mode, you can easily do that. Remember that this is a Google Reader client. To use this app, you must have a Google Reader account. If you don’t have one, you should have to make that first.
Newspile is available for just $2.99.
Txt2mbox lets you have your text messages to your email account. So, now you won’t have to worry if you mistakenly deleted any important text message that you received. You can simply check that out in your email.
If you send an SMS, it will be saved in the Sent folder and if you receive a text message, you can see it in your INBOX. The app is using the IMAP protocol to transfer the text messages. The text messages transferred to your email account will be having an email format and the subject will let you know that this is an SMS. For this app to run, you need to have BlackBerry device running BlackBerry OS 4.5.0 or higher. You also need to have an email account that is accessible through IMAP protocol and internet.
You can try this app for free but if you want to purchase it, it costs $5.99.

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