BerryStore: A competing app store for Blackberry Application Center

A screenshot of the BlackBerry Application Center, RIM’s answer to Apple’s App Store and Google’s Android Market has been posted. The Application Center is set to debut with the BlackBerry Storm software version 4.7 and app data will be stored at the carriers locale meaning carriers can put the applications they like on their own store. […]

A screenshot of the BlackBerry Application Center, RIM’s answer to Apple’s App Store and Google’s Android Market has been posted. The Application Center is set to debut with the BlackBerry Storm software version 4.7 and app data will be stored at the carriers locale meaning carriers can put the applications they like on their own store.

But the BerryStore has already launched a competing app store for Blackberry App Center. that work across both old and new BlackBerries, and across carriers. Whereas the BlackBerry App center, in contrast, is designed to be a carrier-specific store, with different apps for different carriers.

You can download the BerryStore as an app by visiting www.berrystore.com on your BlackBerry, which already has about 40 apps in the store like: Loopt, 3Jam, TwitterBerry to Obopay, Citysense, and Google Mobile, and all of them are currently free. Developers can get more details about how to submit apps or the BerryStore.

Source:→ TechCrunch