App World, the market for BlackBerry programs, has made itself much more accessible. Apps can now be sold for $US1 or $US2, down from the previous $US2.99 minimum, and navigating the App World on a phone should be easier, with more categories that can be scrolled through with a trackball or touchscreen swiping. Finally, QR codes for apps can be scanned from BlackBerry phones to link directly to the app for download or purchase. The pricing development won't matter to Australia until we can actually buy paid apps, but the navigation improvements and QR are handy. [jkOnTheRun]
BlackBerry App World Updates With Cheaper Apps, QR Codes
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