Toysoft is giving away two paid apps to each BlackBerry 10 user

Toysoft is an app developer that has a wide list of apps available from BlackBerry AppWorld. From camera apps to clocks, ringtones and more, if you're looking at a particular app that will enhance your BlackBerry 10 experience, odds are Toysoft is the developer. And while you wouldn't go broke laying down your cash to purchase these apps, well, everyone likes a sweet deal. 

In order to say thank you to the BlackBerry 10 community (which unfortunately is a dwindling group), Toysoft has 11 paid apps that are free for a limited time. But you have to hurry because only 100 "copies" of each paid app will be offered without a price tag. Keep in mind that each user will be limited to two free apps, so choose which ones you want wisely!.

If your BlackBerry Passport is in some serious need of some sprucing up, apps like Power Tools, Visual Arts, Screen Recorder, and Theme Builder are on the house right now. To redeem the freebies, here is what you do:

  • Launch BlackBerry World
  • Swipe down from the top and tap on Redeem
  • Enter this promo code THANKYOU
  • Tap on the green FREE button to download

And while those who own phones like the BlackBerry Priv, the BlackBerry DTEK50 or DTEK60, and the upcoming BlackBerry KEYone are happy that their 'Berry runs Android, there are many BlackBerry faithful who consider the gesture based BlackBerry 10 to be the best mobile OS around. Whether you agree or not, if you have a phone that uses the OS, a pair of free apps are yours. Head over to BlackBerry App World and follow the aforementioned directions to claim your freebies.


source: BlackBerryAppWorld via Crackberry

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