Unique BlackBerry Curve 8300 Themes

Finding BlackBerry Curve 8300 Themes

In searching for themes for BlackBerry Curve 8300, I noticed that a couple of popular themes such as “Iced Cubes” and “Fenced In” curve themes cost a little money actually. While I think developers should be compensated for their time and creativity, I started wondering how big the market is for custom BlackBerry Curve 8300 themes, especially when there are plenty of free curve themes on the internet as listed below, for example.

September 4th, 2007

Install BlackBerry 7290 Themes And More

I know that BlackBerry 7290 has been out on the market for quite some time now. I am just curious whether people would hang onto a pretty old RIM device and how long they will hold onto it. One way to tell if people are still actively using these old BlackBerry is to gauge the interest people have in customizing their phones. If you are still searching for BlackBerry 7290 themes or BlackBerry 7250 themes, you have come to a good place, because I am going to tell you exactly what extra steps you need to take to install customized themes on 7200 series BlackBerry.

August 31st, 2007

Original BlackBerry 8700 Themes

The BlackBerry 8700 was the first smart phone from Research in Motion that actually crossed from business professionals market to the general mobile consumers. The introduction of the 8700 device therefore becomes a true inflection point for the BlackBerry maker. I still have my ‘old’ 8700 but never bothered to change its default BlackBerry 8700 theme until recently.

August 24th, 2007

The Blackberry Pearl Ringtones Story

Ever since the BlackBerry Pearl device came out with the ability that allows you to use any real mp3 songs as your ringtones, people have been enjoying the free ringtones they always wanted to use. Free as in you don’t have to pay 2 bucks for a 20 seconds tune for which you already own the whole song.

August 23rd, 2007

Some BlackBerry 8830 Themes For You

The BlackBerry 8830 World Edition is a CDMA blackberry smart phone that roams on worldwide GSM/EDGE network. It has been quite successful in the marketplace. Apparently a lot of business professionals are using it and they are looking for more professionally appealing BlackBerry themes. if/when they want to get new BlackBerry 8830 themes. On the other hand, the BlackBerry 8300 (a.k.a Curve) was released and sold by AT&T, T-Mobile and Rogers Wireless a short two months ago, right around when iPhone was all the buzz. Now there are actually BlackBerry Curve themes that will make your BlackBerry icons look like iPhone icons. You can get these themes by paying a small fee, generally a couple of dollars.

August 20th, 2007

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