Friday´s News Bits - December 2009 edition

Friday´s News Bits
  • The iPhone has the largest share of the Japanese smartphone market. According to a recent study conducted by Impress R&D, both the iPhone 3G and 3GS account for 46% of all smartphone sales across Japan. (source: Apple Insider)

  • You can download Send Money from the App World for free. The application for BlackBerry handsets allows users to manage their PayPal accounts and transfer money to other people. (source: BlackBerry Cool)

  • Kindle for the BlackBerry platform is coming out soon. The application that you can use to read books is distributed by Amazon and will soon support various devices, including RIM´s smartphones. (source: jkOnTheRun)

  • GrooveMaker Rock Ace for the iPhone has rolled out. This is just another version of the application that allows users to compose music of various styles and genres. As suggested by its name, this edition is dedicated to rock music and none other but the lead guitarist of Skunk Anansie took part in the creation of the software. The price of GrooveMaker Rock Ace for the iPhone is $9.99. (source: IntoMobile)

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