There are been reports released that state Microsoft is considering adding Android apps to the offerings available for Windows Mobile users. As we have seen with BlackBerry’s offerings there are some advantages to running the apps in a “native” environment, unfortunately there are some hurdles that will need to be addressed with the Windows platform […]
Snap version 188.8.131.52 has just hit the streets and if you are following or using Snap you already know this. If you are not using Snap and are on OS 10.2.1 you should be using the Google Play client for BlackBerry 10. I have downloaded may APK files and converted them to Bar files only […]
With the release of the leaked OS 10.2.1.1055, came the ability to directly install Android APK files directly to your BlackBerry 10 device. This has brought out many applications, that previously were not able to be installed before. NemOry, a developer has release DroidStore for BlackBerry 10! Hi Everyone. I want to share with […]
News of Google Play not coming to BlackBerry was disappointing to some. So disappointing to one app developer who took it upon himself to make a third party Google Play app! Adrian Sacchi the man behind the app iGrann which is a reverse engineered Instagram app, is developing the Google Play store app. And he […]
Over the weekend there was a ton of rumors spreading like wildfire about how Google and BlackBerry were working together on bringing Google Play, Google’s native app store was going to be loaded on BlackBerry 10.2.1. There was no concrete evidence on this rumor. Below you will see the statement from BlackBerry. “There is no […]
BBM for Android has been updated with it comes a few additional devices and some bug and performance enhancements; Bug fixes and performance enhancements Support for additional Android devices Download BBM for Android from Play Store
BlackBerry BES 10 was officially released today, and in conjunction with that release the Mobile Fusion apps in both the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store were renamed. If you remember correctly the Mobile Fusion Client apps were built to allow users to use their personal devices remotely with the BlackBerry Enterprise Servers.
With BlackBerry 10 offering developers many ways to bring their apps over from other platforms, there is of course a chance of nefarious activities. Reportedly some Android developers have been noticing that their apps are showing up in AppWorld without their knowledge. Now ideally RIM would catch every single app that is not being published by the […]