CTRL (or CMD) + A. It’s a pretty common key combination. On our computers it allows us to select all of the text on a screen, but on our BlackBerry devices we have no such option. That strikes me as a bit strange, because selecting text on a BlackBerry is actually a bit more difficult than it is on a computer. The normal select function does work fine — all you have to do is click it and then roll your trackball or trackpad over the text you wish to select. You can also hold down the caps lock key to achieve the same effect. But still, it rubs me the wrong way that there’s no select all option in the menu. That’s why I’m liking this new app. SelectAll is one of those apps that doesn’t need a lengthy write-up. It does one thing, which is to add a Select All menu item under Select. Just click it and you’ll have a complete copy of what you’re currently viewing. You can then copy and paste it as normal. The app is far from perfect. While it works with your email, SMS, memos, tasks, and contacts, it doesn’t work with third party apps. Worse, it doesn’t work within the browser. So if you have designs on using the app to select an entire web page, this won’t be for you. Still, I’m sure plenty of people will find this app useful. You can get SelectAll for 99 cents. It works with BlackBerry models running OS 4.6 and above.