Top Ten BlackBerry PlayBook Apps 2011

Look and install Top ten BlackBerry PlayBook Apps 2011on your device to optimize your activity. Unlike the iPad and iPad 2, the BlackBerry PlayBook has a relatively scant number of apps available for download at the moment; the BlackBerry App World (formerly known as the BlackBerry Application Storefront) will feature 2,000 to 3,000 apps on the PlayBook's launch day.

Below are top ten free BlackBerry PlayBook Applications
  1. BlueBox
  2. BlueBox is a free BlackBerry PlayBook app that lets user access, rename, and delete files, as well as create new folders. BlueBox only drawback is that you can't upload content from the PlayBook to Dropbox, and there's no way to share files-yet
  3. Document To Go
  4. Document to go is a free office suite that comes pre-loaded on the PlayBook that lets business-minded, individual create and edit document, spreadsheets, and slideshow.
  5. iSpeech Translator
  6. If you fancy learning important phrases from another language, but don't want to shell out the big bucks for Rosetta Stone, the free iSpeech Translator is just what you need. After selecting your native tongue and the target language, you key in-or speak- a phrase. iSpeech then processes the information and spits out a translation, not only with speed, but also with accuracy. Chinese, Dutch, English, Russian, Japanese, Italian, Finnish and French are just a few of the included languages.
  7. Meetup Search
  8. Coming face to face with like-minded folk is easy to do with Meetup Search. Simply enter a topic, zip code, and search radius, and you can hunt for groups to join or events to check out. The application conveniently gives you the number of members in a group, the approximate distance of an event from your area, and other useful information.
  9. MovieNews
  10. IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes may not have official PlayBook apps, but Mediarl's MovieNews fills in for them quite nicely. The MovieNews app shows you at a glance the new theatrical and DVD releases for the week, the box office champs, cast and crew listing, and films that are coming down the pipe.
  11. People On My Lawn
  12. When earthlings begin to invade your alien homeworld, you must defend the plant by launching rockets at the intruders. This isn't a mindless shooter, however; you must strategically place magnets on the battlefield to alter the rockets' flight patterns so that they hit their targets.
  13. PicasaBuddy
  14. PicasaBuddy is a Picasa Web Albums viewer that lets you check out any user photos that have been publicly published to a Picasa album. You can search for photos based on username, or scan the entire community to return a wide range of results.
  15. Slacker Radio
  16. The excellent Slacker Radio arrives on the BlackBerry PlayBook in the form of an attractive, informative app that's sure to delight music fans. The free streaming music service offers plenty of customization, sleek interface and album pages.
  17. Tetris
  18. Tetris free game now features a marathon mode that lets you unlock endless play sessions, a retro-style remix of the memorable tetris tune and HHDMI support so you can export your block exploits to a big screen.
  19. Weather Eye
  20. Staying on top of sunshine, rain, snow, and other meteorological conditions is easy with the weather network's weather eye app. After inputing the name of a town or city, you can view a location's high and low temperatures, sunrise and sunset times, forecasts, and more.
Go, download and install on your device source : PCMag