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Amazon App Store Purchases Shouldn’t be Restricted to BBID

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Amazon App Store Purchases Shouldn’t be Restricted to BBID

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BlackBerry is within the means of shifting away from their very own native app retailer. With the introduction of BlackBerry OS 10.O, customers will probably be migrating from BlackBerry World to the Amazon App Store.

BlackBerry 10 ought to have the ability to run 98 percent of the Android apps developed for Android A.A+ discovered within the Amazon App Store. This ought to permit BlackBerry customers entry to the newest common apps obtainable to Android customers.

In the previous, when purchases have been made by way of BlackBerry World the bought merchandise was tied to your BlackBerry ID. If your BlackBerry smartphone was misplaced or stolen you might simply restore a brand new gadget and re-obtain the apps/video games you had earlier than. However, what concerning the new purchases and downloads by means of the Amazon App Store?

Caspan contemplated this very query. If the conclusion is correct, BlackBerry customers will have the ability to set up their purchases from the Amazon App Store to a number of units. Indeed, taking the present Amazon App Store Android APK file and putting in it on a number of BlackBerry 10 smartphones lets customers set up the identical bought apps. Once the Amazon App Store is “formally” launched on BlackBerry 10 it ought to be the identical as it's now and certain not be tied to a single BBID – not to mention a BBID in any respect.

It shall be fascinating to see how BlackBerry and Amazon deal with this example. Will they monitor purchases by PIN or BBID to limit a number of obtain? If there’s no motion from both celebration, it will definitely make switching between a number of units a breeze by having the identical apps/video games already setup with out having to pay a number of occasions.

Amazon App Store Purchases Shouldn’t be Restricted to BBID written by Lucas Atkins on N4BB

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