BlackBerry version beta is available!

A beta of the BlackBerry version of SportyPal is now available for download on the website. This version has been tested on devices with the following screen resolutions: 320×240, 480×360 and 480×320.

The following devices are officially supported:

  • BlackBerry Bold 9000
  • BlackBerry Curve 8310
  • BlackBerry 8820
  • BlackBerry 8800
  • BlackBerry 8830 World Edition
  • BlackBerry Curve 8900

Important note: If you’re having problems registering to the website or uploading workouts, try connecting the phone to the Internet using a Wi-Fi connection. Please let us know if you’re able to register or upload without using a Wi-Fi connection.

If you signed up to be notified when a BlackBerry version becomes available and haven’t received a notification yet, don’t worry. We’ll still notify you when the BlackBerry version goes out of beta.

SportyPal on BlackBerry

You can download the BlackBerry beta from the download page, and you can view the BlackBerry page at SportyPal.com here.

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8 Comments on “BlackBerry version beta is available!”

  1. Rod Says:

    Hi,

    I have a blackberry storm and am more than happy to act as Alpha/Beta tester for this program. Looking forward to it working on a storm!

    Regards
    Rod

  2. ZenigKomm Says:

    The link doesn’t work. I don’t know how to install the .cod file on my BB 8310.
    Can you help me (publish a jad, …)?
    Thanks

  3. Neil R Says:

    +1 for Storm support. Looking forward to it!

  4. Rick Says:

    I’d love to see a version for the Storm, too!

  5. si Says:

    i cannot upload workout to the web. tried changing the settings for apn in tcp but still no joy. other than that the app works brilliantly.

  6. AM Says:

    sportypal needs to be signed before it will work on the Blackberry over GPRS. http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/javaappdev/codekeys.jsp – basically the network api is protected and only signed applications can use it.


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