Do you know what is one of the most visible distinctions between Blackberry and Android devices? Well, it is about the availability of the apps for those platforms. The Android Market has more apps than the RIM store. Yet, there is a good news now for Blackberry users. The good news is that some hackers out there have succeeded in installing the Android Market to Blackberry Playbook. This hack is of course the sequel of the rooting the Blackberry Playbook. This hack also comes with the Beta version of the Blackberry 10. So, if you want to refresh the appearance of your Blackberry Playbook and want to execute some Android apps in your Blackberry Playbook, this is something really good for you.
Well, in fact the Blackberry 10 which is now still in Beta can execute Android apps as long as the apps have been digitally signed by RIM. However, RIM needs the Android app player to accomplish that all (from the download processes until the executions of the apps). It means that the Andriod Market still will not be the first place to come when you want to fill in your Blackberry Playbook with apps. Yet, this is of course something really good for RIM, since it can claim to have populated app store. Unfortunately, you will not be able to get any benefits by running those Android apps in your Blackberry Playbook. However, it is still better than nothing at all right? Especially because there are so many Android apps to download in the Android Market.
So, how about it? Are you interested in executing Android apps on your Blackberry Playbook?