The 660News BlackBerry App
With realtime feeds from 35 City of Calgary traffic cameras, and updated reports from Calgary’s most reliable traffic department, the 660News BlackBerry App makes getting around the city in extraordinary times that much simpler.
In addition, you can punch up local weather and news on the go from Western Canada’s largest broadcast newsroom.
Download from the BlackBerry App Store
The 660News BlackBerry App features 35 traffic cameras covering all major surface routes in and out of the city with feeds provided by the City of Calgary.
Environment Canada provides an ongoing five day weather forecast.
Western Canada’s largest broadcast newsroom provides Calgary’s most up to date local and breaking news coverage and, in addition, draws in headlines from news sources across the country.
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Now you can hear 660News and your choice of Canada’s most popular radio stations – anywhere, anytime!
You can listen to 660News and also discover new stations with the Rogers Radio Apps for BlackBerry, Apple and Android devices.
These apps give you high quality audio, and allow you to search by station name or by the city – or just search for the station that’s closest to you.
BlackBerry: install the Rogers Radio app onto your BlackBerry by visiting BlackBerry App World from your device, search for “rogers radio”.
Apple devices: install the Rogers Radio app onto your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch by visiting the Apple App Store from your iPhone device, search for “rogers radio”.
Android: install the Rogers Radio app onto your Android-powered phone by visiting the Android Market from your device, search for “rogers radio”.
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Take 660News with you wherever you go!
- Nothing to download or install!
- Access the latest news, traffic and weather stories
How to access the mobile site:
Type this address into your mobile browser: http://m.660news.com
Note: If you have problems getting to the site, call your cell phone carrier and inquire about internet access for your plan.
680News does not charge for its mobile content. However, your carrier’s charges for using the internet on your cell phone/PDA will apply. Costs vary from carrier to carrier.