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Android… On Blackberry???

This is news for all the people out there that either have a Blackberry and love it, or are stuck with a Blackberry for work email. It looks like RIM has decided to include a “app player” in it’s upcoming versions of their Blackberry OS.

This is great news considering more and more developers are jumping to Android making the Market have hundreds of thousands of apps available, as opposed to the minimal number Blackberry has.

If you have a Blackberry Playbook there is a leaked version of the “App Player” of it floating around that you can load onto your current Playbook. Our friends at n4bb.com have more information on the leak.

From their site:

Wow, here is a serious surprise for PlayBook owners. Apparently, this was easily found through a changelog in a Desktop Manager update. We’ve been sent a beta build of the Android App Player for the PlayBook. It is a huge file, lags a bit, has no visible back button (you have to swipe left on the bottom bezel), but we’re told nonetheless it works. The app itself is controlled through a series of swipe gestures. This beta version is fairly old, so don’t hold it against them. You of course have to side-load the .bar file to install. Google search for DDPB installer to side-load easily.

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New York Post – Free Amazon Appstore App of the Day 8-10-11

Name: New York Post

Description:
In print since 1801, the New York Post is the oldest continually published daily newspaper in America. Now you can use your Android device to get the best headlines, sports coverage, and celebrity gossip from The Post, updated 24 hours a day.
The Post On the Go Navigating the New York Post Android Edition is easy and intuitive. The app’s home screen reveals the day’s top stories in a scrollable, vertical display. At the top of the home screen, you’ll see tabs that direct you to popular features of The Post, including the famous Page Six gossip section, The Best Sports in Town, and Photos, in addition to other popular sections.
Get Your Gossip Here First Page Six is famous for its up-to-the-minute, leave-no-stone-unturned approach to celebrity events. If a celebrity is in the headlines or making news, you can bet you’ll find timely information about him or her in this section.
The Best Sports in Town Whether you’re looking for news on the Yankees or curious about which free agent the Jets or Giants are going to sign, The Post’s coverage of New York sports is second to none.
Picture-perfect Always striking and often provocative, the Photos section is easy to get lost in. View compelling pictures covering such topics as news, celebrities, sports, and entertainment. Especially notable is Post Pix, an app-exclusive photo gallery featuring the day’s top photos. Who knows what you’ll find? One look and you’ll be hooked.
Opinion, NYC Local News, Entertainment, and More Explore the rest of The Post by navigating to the Sections tab. It’s a robust information source featuring articles by your favorite opinion writers, the NYPD Daily Blotter, Sally Brompton’s Horoscope, and the much-loved “Weird But True!” section among others.
An Important Note This app requires a Wi-Fi, 3G, or 4G connection to download content. It downloads updated content as soon as it opens, and it continues to load new content as long as you maintain a data connection. Without a data connection, the app will display content previously downloaded in the most recent update.
If you plan on being without a data connection, we suggest that you first tap the areas of content you’re interested in, especially photo galleries, for offline viewing.

Download Link: http://goo.gl/aHGrg (Amazon.com)

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