The latest update to BB OS 10 handed 'Berry devotees the ability to side-load Android apps. However pushing your .apk's on a BlackBerry handset is a bit of a chore, thus users opted for the Amazon store or other 3rd party app markets. However, having access to Google Play is the icing on the cake, and Snap delivers it.
Snap basically lets you browse Google Play's vast catalog on your BB10 device with no unwelcome feelings. The app's interface looks exactly how you'd imagine the Play store will look on a BlackBerry, which should help you feel at home in Google-land.
Snap is made by J.P. Muir, a developer who got annoyed with the manual .apk side-loading process. It appears the man is doing a rocking job at supporting and expanding his disruptive creation, as the recent update to v2 adds the ability to download one's previously purchased Android apps on a BB handset. The user simply has to log-in with a Google account, and go through the familiar hoops.
Bear in mind that auto-updating of Google Play apps isn't mentioned anywhere, and not all applications are going to download and run flawlessly. But the most popular ones, including Google and Facebook's, Snapchat, Netflix and the like, are a given.
If you want to journey into Android's app nexus, Snap is available from the links below.