Originally Posted by SteveO86
Once you power off your BlackBerry it will close any open apps. (excluding the 5 apps that are never closed)
Therefore once you turn your BlackBerry back on you need to re-open/start any apps you need. This is a limitation of really anything that requires power. When you turn off your computer and turn it back on you need to re-open the apps you want.
True, but many apps "bookmark" their current data, so when they re-open they can resume in the same state. Since the BB has lots of non-volatile memory, any app on it could do the same. Closing the app is not the issue, it's what it does when it's re-opened. This seems like a limitation of the particular app, not of the BB or the OS. That being said, I'll try the suggestion in the other response, and post the result.