RIM pushing BlackBerry AppWorld 3.0 to BlackBerry devices

RIM pushing BlackBerry AppWorld 3.0 to BlackBerry devices
Amid complaints of too sparse a selection of downloads to choose from and long load times for apps in past builds of its online application store, RIM has started pushing out BlackBerry AppWorld 3.0 on Tuesday, replacing the beta version for long-suffering BlackBerry users, who will now enjoy a revised UI and faster loading apps. Finding specific apps is much quicker with the new design while rotating banners call your attention to what is new in AppWorld.

Besides the new UI, BlackBerry AppWorld 3.0 brings new MyWorld features, app social sharing, new channels and more. A tweet sent from Alex Kinsella, Team Lead for BlackBerry App World Product Management says that the updated AppWorld should be hitting your 'Berry today. If you received AppWorld 3.0 on your BlackBerry, take a look at the new UI and the speed of installing apps. Has RIM nailed it this time? Let us know by dropping a comment in the box below.

source: BlackBerry via Crackberry



1. android market? unregistered

call me when you have access to android market via bb world. no apps= failure. that is why nobody wants a bb.

2. jdmrice

Posts: 4; Member since: Jan 17, 2011

Whats the point of downloading apps??? I use my phone for everyday life. How does angry fit in to everyday life. Dont get mad cuz you like to follow a few other million people. ANdroid like apple is a trend

4. CRICKETownz

Posts: 980; Member since: Oct 24, 2009

well if you came out of the one-sided thinking that apps are for entertainment only you would kind of see his point. you brought up angry birds which is an easy attack but what about apps like Chase Mobile, State Farm Pocket Agent, Office Suite HD/PrintCentral Pro (which basically turns my iPad into a laptop to use for school). this are everyday lifestyle apps that you may or may not have any clue about...which if you are a Berry user you probably had no idea. apps started out as a trend...but when you have an app that can accommodate ages 5-70 it's kinda hard to reduce apps' presence down to a wasteful, pointless function.

5. subhi

Posts: 1; Member since: Oct 15, 2012

good program

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