Australians Get Three Free BlackBerry Outage Compensation Apps

Australian BlackBerry users seemed relatively unaffected by the recent outage which saw many European and some US BlackBerry users without mail services, but it turns out we still get the compensation. Between now and the end of December, BlackBerry users can download three free apps.

From a Lifehacker perspective, the most notable are song recognition app Shazam, which is normally $5.99, and DriveSafely.Pro, which lets you listen to SMS and email messages is regularly $19.99. There’s also a free game, Bubble Bash 2. You’ll be offered the apps when you sign into App World on your device.

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