By 25 May 2009 | Categories: news


Do you want to know where your favourite South African celebs buy their clothes, get their hair done, go for coffee, or drink cocktails?

We’re not too bothered, but for those who buy their Heat magazine on a regular basis BlackBerry can offer their ‘Urban Tour Guides’ for BlackBerry smartphones.

The SA version of the Urban Tour Guides was launched recently without any word on when BlackBerry App World will be ready for application starved South African users.

Local BlackBerry ambassadors include beauties such as Cindy Nell, Roxy Louw and Kerry McGregor. Musicians include Paul and Glen Hodgson from The Parlotones and the extremely beautiful Louise Carver. And sport stars include Niel McKenzie and Schalk Brits. So if you want to be on the inside track to where your fav celeb dines, shops and hangsout, the BlackBerry Urban Tour Guides is the way to go.

All BlackBerry users need do is log on to, download the guides for free directly onto their BlackBerry smartphone and hit the streets. By linking directly to the integrated GPS on BlackBerry smartphones, the app give you step by step directions to the secret destinations of some of the most influential people from the world of music, fashion, sport and media. 


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