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VirtualViews MobiMouse

It’s certainly quirky but you can actually turn your BlackBerry into a mouse and keyboard using MobiMouse and hook it up to a PC. With support for USB, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections, mouse control is achieved using the BlackBerry trackball (or the touchpad on your BlackBerry Storm) to move the mouse pointer on Windows PCs. To get started, the host machine needs the MobiMouse configuration app installed, where you determine the communication type. Forget to instal this and you’re going nowhere fast. Testing on my Curve 8900 took a while to get used to, as the mouse pointer needs to be assigned certain behaviours, but it’s easy to see how convenient having a wireless, handheld mouse and keyboard would be for presentations. Shortcuts can be assigned too and you can even adjust the PCs audio output using the corresponding volume control keys on your BlackBerry. There’s trial version available, so you can see if novel navigator is for you.

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MobiMouseReg Rating 75%
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Vayoo Social Box Premium

If you’re after an all-in-one app for FaceBook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr, then Vaayoo is well worth a look. You’ll need to register a Vaayoo account but following that, it’s really straightforward to receive status updates on popular social networking sites. Once logged in it’s easy to navigate and features several neat applications so all your media needs can be handled and organised seamlessly. You can upload images and video to all the usual sites, as well as viewing and updating your Facebook wall, Twitter feeds, Flickr sets, and Picasa albums. If community sharing is your thing then My Peeps is an aspect of Vaayoo that enables you to join or create a community with Private or invite-only options too.

Vayoo Social Box

Vayoo Social BoxReg Rating 80%
Price £2.39
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