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Next time I would squeeze a tablespoon or so of lemon juice on top for a needed brightness. We just had this after dinner tonight. We picked the blackberries from the fence line running down the driveway. I followed the recipe exactly but I used store bought frozen p I used a bag of frozen blackberries and increased the bake time to 30 minutes.

I would recommend only brushing the pie with one tablespoon of milk before sprinkling the suga This recipe was soooo easy! I'm 11 and I made it all by myself. My family thought was so good. Lianna good with boysenberry and Maryenberrys too! My sister-in-law, THE pie maker in the family, raved and asked me for the recipe.

I used the Pie Crust recipe submitted by Brenda for the crust. To keep the cost down, I used h This pie was good - I used frozen blackberries and that could be why it was not as good as I excpected.

Others might call out the signature professional BlackBerry styling. Whenever I handle a BlackBerry phone I get the distinct impression that stuff is about to get done. Most would make an obvious nod to the keyboard itself. This keyboard feels a bit narrower than BlackBerry's previous efforts. Because it's a slider, the keys can't roam right up to the edge of the frame. I have fairly large hands, which means my thumbs can get a little tangled once I get up to speed while I'm typing.

I imagine spending a lot of time with the Priv's keyboard will make typing faster, and it only took a few hours before I was touch-typing with minimal effort. But I can also touch-type fairly capably on my Motorola Nexus 6 , and I find I'm actually faster there and on the Priv's touchscreen than I am with the keyboard with generous assistance from autocorrect, of course. It boils down to familiarity. Beyond the occasional review, my day-to-day phone experience revolves around touchscreens. I suspect it's the same for most of us.

Don't get me wrong, the keyboard's great. And the Priv's capacitive keys know the same awesome tricks I saw on the BlackBerry Passport , albeit in a package that's much easier to hold. Double tap lightly on the keyboard and it'll serve as a trackpad, so you can quickly move a cursor around a document or message you're editing. And if you see autocorrect suggestions on your display, just swipe up underneath the suggestion on the keyboard, and the word will be inserted.

Reaching up and touching the screen isn't so arduous, but it'd be nice not to break up the flow. It's still mostly about that solid clap on the slider, for me. The Priv's top half slides along aircraft-grade aluminium and it feels springy and responsive, but rigid enough that you won't find yourself doing it accidentally. While the phone gets a bit tall when it's fully extended, you'll only pop it out when you're typing.

My hands naturally propped the phone up at a comfortable angle while my thumbs were on the keys. That said, my small-handed colleagues gave the phone a spin and found it feels a bit top-heavy, when it's open.

I never worried about dropping it, but your mileage may vary. The Priv also has a curved display. Samsung's curved displays let you store app shortcuts, or serve up notifications, or keep tabs on missed calls. The Priv's curved sides host a fairly mundane productivity app more on that in a bit , and a neat little battery status indicator when you're charging.

BlackBerry's in-house operating system couldn't woo developers away from iOS and Android, and with the Priv, the company is officially adopting the "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" approach.

It runs Android 5. Before you shed tears for the end of an era, take note that an Android-powered BlackBerry means access to the Google Play Store, and all of the apps therein. A lack of apps has been BlackBerry's Achilles heel for years, so this is already a great step.

But tales persist of Android malware and data leeched off of phones and over to unscrupulous foes, and BlackBerry is well aware of Android's less than savory security reputation. We have sent you a verification email. To verify, just follow the link in the message. Blackberry Aurora Specifications Summary. Available supports Indian bands 3G: Available fingerprint sensor No.

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