Monday, November 11, 2013

BlackBerry 10 devices may get to install Android apps directly from Google Play with BlackBerry 10.2.1 update


Canadian smartphone maker is struggling to revive it old position is smart phone market but couldn't make till now.
A lot of changes and news are coming to be heard in the market about BlackBerry. Recently, BlackBerry has appointed a new CEO Mr John S. Chen in view to bring back the company on track.
Now, a new remuor have been heard that BlackBerry 10 models will soon get Android support. Declining this reumers seems difficult as few images are also floating on web about BlackBerry Z10 model using Google Play store i.e Android application.

BlackBerry CEO

Recently BlackBerry new CEO Mr John S. Chen, in an interview stated that it would be too early to decide if the company would adopt the Android platform. Now though the image you can see BlackBerry Z10 running the Google Play Store, which would mean Android applications.

If these pics are not fake, it means that BlackBerry is coming up with something very big to revive its position in smart phone market it could be that Android apps that are directly downloaded and installed from Google play store.

With this coming up, users will welcome this boost and will have access to Google Play store and will be able to enjoy wide range of application which are currently not available on BB10 devices. It is reumered that this new compatibility would be coming via BlackBerry 10.2.1 update which will come to some of the company's handset as well as the BlackBerry Playbook.

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