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You've been asking about it and here it is -- the Globe Investor BlackBerry app. You can download it free, now.

On the heels of our award-winning iPhone app, the new BlackBerry app delivers your Watchlist, Canada's most authoritative business news and investing advice, as well as a full range of market data. Take a tour: The Globe Investor BlackBerry app: Five cool features

It seamlessly synchronizes the Watchlist on your computer with your BlackBerry and lets you track securities on the go.

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You can customize how you view your Watchlist on your BlackBerry -- you can see any one of the three asset classes (Stocks & ETFs, Commodities & Currencies, or Funds & Indexes) or you can view everything. You can also customize the Stocks view by adding two data columns of your choice, and you can add and remove securities.

The markets tab provides a quick summary of all the major North American indexes. You also have the option to view summary information on major industries.

The quotes pages provide a wealth of information at your fingertips -- from basic data to charts to latest news and other financial information.

The app also gives users award-winning, world-class editorial content by the Globe about the economy, business and investing.

The app also features a live-suggest function to make searches quick and easy.

We're excited about it! Tell us what you think. Drop us a line at globeinvestor@globeandmail.com.

Sonali Verma

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Digital Editor, Report on Business.

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