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BlackBerry App World 2.0: Single User ID, Carrier Billing & More

BlackBerry App World 2.0: Single User ID, Carrier Billing & More

On Wednesday, Research in Motion announced App World 2.0, which will bring a number of changes to the ways Blackberry users interact with and pay for their apps. Most notably, Blackberry users will no longer only be able to pay for apps via PayPal. Instead, they can pay with a credit card or simply add the charges to their monthly bill (a feature that can be blocked for enterprise users.)

The company also announced Blackberry ID, a unique number for each account which make it easier to move applications across devices or networks. And AppWorld 2.0 offers improved search and other performance improvements for users.

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