In Pictures: The Best BlackBerry 10 Apps

Looking for the best BlackBerry 10 apps that will be available on launch day in the United States? Look no further. CIO.com's Al Sacco spotlights 20 of the best early BlackBerry 10 apps, including apps for social networking, image and video editing, cloud storage, audio, sports and more.

BeWeather 10

I've been using BeWeather on BlackBerry smartphones for years, so as soon as it was released for BlackBerry 10 I downloaded it post haste. This native BlackBerry app shows current weather conditions and detailed daily and weekly forecasts. Weather data comes from Weather Underground, and it's accurate in my experience. BeWeather uses GPS to quickly find your location, and you can also plug in additional locales. Weather advisories are pushed to your device as they arrive. The app comes with more than 150 icon sets that let you customize its look. And a BeWeather active frame displays rotating conditions for all of your saved locations.

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