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Whrrl Brings Mobile Social Discovery to the BlackBerry
Whrrl, today announced new mobile support for the BlackBerry Pearl and Curve. Available for free to millions of BlackBerry users in the U.S., Whrrl provides a new mobile medium for discovering and sharing local information on people, places, events and experiences.
Whrrl combines mapping and micro-blogging technology into a unique social discovery experience.
Good Looking out Hayden...I will chek this out cause its sounds pretty good.
I had this and it was pretty cool. Definitely try it.
~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
The site has the standard diaclaimer, "...your carrier's standard rates for data transfer and text messages may apply." I am wondering, therefore, if this app uses only data, or txt, as well?
When I went there it said my phone wasn't compatable (I'm on a 8310) so I went to the list of compatable phones and downloaded the curve version, then when registering it sends me back to the site that thinks I'm not compatable. So I have to change it to microsoft ie emulation and fill out the reg. After I get it running fully, it runs slower than dog snot with 15mb free file space according to status. Not impressed ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
Can't get past the networking part after downloading and installing. I have an 8320 and T-Mobile.
i saw this app demo'd at CTIA this year (and actually had the honor of meeting its creator). its an awesome application for social networking. i'm glad its finally available! i'll be downloading to test out...will give some additional feedback
so does this use data or text mess?>
data and sms
Looks like they support text as well
BlackBerry Download Clarifications
The 8310 is supported, however at this time the 8830 is not officially supported. For any downloading issues, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for technical support. Thanks, the Whrrl Customer Service Team.
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