Amazon offers lots of great free and paid Android apps which can run on your BlackBerry Z10, Q10, Q5 or Z30 - here's how to get started! The Amazon Appstore promises to be a premiere source for Android apps on BlackBerry, and odds are you want it now that it's so easy to install Android apps. In addition to hosting a lot of content that isn't available in BlackBerry World, Amazon has the added bonus of offering a free app every day
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If your BlackBerry Z10, Q10, Z30, Q5 or P'9982 has been updated to BlackBerry OS 10.2.1 or higher, you can now install Android apps directly onto the phone. Here's how! BlackBerry 10.2.1 introduced the ability to install .APK files, which are the app files used in Android, directly to your phone
*UPDATE* - It looks as though PlayBook support was not intended for this app and BlackBerry World is showing it in error. If you're looking for some additional cloud storage for your BlackBerry 10 device, you'll be pleased to know the official MEGA app has been released into BlackBerry World. MEGA developers have taken the Android version of the app and ported it over so it all plays nicely on BlackBerry systems. MEGA is a secure cloud storage service that gives you 50GB for free
To go along with the update of BlackBerry World , two of the BlackBerry 10 core apps are being updated right now as well. The BlackBerry 10 Calculator and Compass apps are showing new versions available. Both simply just list bug fixes and stability improvements as the changes.
*UPDATE* - Got the change log - “Searching from the storefront, apps or games home screens will now return a search result group that contains just built for BlackBerry applications. The client also includes multiple bug fixes to improve performance!” A odd little update is sitting in the BlackBerry Beta Zone app right now. We're not sure if it's showing for all users or what but it's certainly showing for some.
We may not have an official native Instagram application for BlackBerry 10 , but that doesn't really matter thanks to iGrann. The third party native BlackBerry 10 app has been in public beta for some time now and we've kept you abreast of when updates have been released. Read More
Going either to a new city or overseas can be a daunting experience for many, but luckily your good old trusty BlackBerry 10 smartphone has you covered. There's a ton of travel related applications in BlackBerry World, but we've selected the best 5 which I'm pretty confident will make your travels not only easier - but also less stressful. They range from organizing your trip, navigating, to finding places to eat and visit - all of which can be a major pain in the butt if you are relying on old school paper maps and tourist guides
Last week our friends over at Windows Phone Central asked their readers what apps are missing in the Windows Phone Store? As you may expect, the post got a big response. Like BlackBerry, while there has been solid growth in their app catalog, there's still a gap in apps compared to iOS and Android. With the upcoming rollout of BlackBerry OS 10.2.1 beginning on January 28th, BlackBerry 10 users will have the ability to install Android apps (.apk files) directly onto their device.
Back in November an early build of Password Keeper that allowed you to import and export passwords either through CSV or using an encrypted file leaked out for those who wanted to give it a go. Now, that update has finally hit BlackBerry World and is officially available for all BlackBerry 10 devices. It's a simple update, with a simple change log