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Read the WSJ on Your BlackBerry For Free

If you're the proud owner of a BlackBerry and are getting sick and tired of hearing about iPhone Apps, don't worry, all hope is not lost! The Wall Street Journal is now offering a mobile app for BlackBerry's that will easily allow users to read all the latest WSJ news from the WSJ website.

To check out the WSJ mobile reader, click on this link from your cell phones' browser.

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Vespa Vespa 8 years
Ooh, that is very cool.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i always think that it's nice when there are legitimate apps for all sorts of blackberry/smartphones etc. it's more than just games - you now can learn about what's going on in the world and not have to pay for the information. WSJ - good job!
kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 8 years
that's pretty cool that they are getting into it.
Jmartens Jmartens 8 years
I tried to use this app and though it looked pretty, it was aweful to use! Kept freezing up my BB, could't change my settings, so I deleted it!
chicobo chicobo 8 years
I'm still a Blackberry fan for sure! I love this and I also enjoy that WSJ sends out their email alerts with mobile friendly links.
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