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BlackBerry Makes Skype Available to Q10

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Apr 26, 2013, 7:15 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

BlackBerry today announced that owners of its BlackBerry Q10 smartphone may download Skype from the BlackBerry World app store. Skype requires BlackBerry OS 10.1. The Q10 ships with BBOS 10.1 installed, and is launching in Canada and other select markets this week. The Q10 isn't expected to reach the U.S until late May. For the time being, BlackBerry Z10 owners will not be able to access or download Skype because the Z10 runs BBOS 10. BlackBerry said that it will update the Z10 to BlackBerry OS 10.1 next month. More details about the minor operating system bump will be provided by BlackBerry during its developer conference scheduled to take place the week of May 13.


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T Bone

Apr 26, 2013, 11:21 AM


This is the update that they have been promising which would add full compatibility with Jelly Bean so that you will be able to run any Android app by sideloading it.
I am also hopeful for these Blackberry devices. I work at a store that sells phones and I have not been able to sell a blackberry since the original torch came out. We only get plastic demos so I havent tested the operating system for the BB10 phones....
In past posts, you've mentioned that you are a BlackBerry fan. My question to you is, have you picked up the Z10 or waiting for the Q10?

I got to play with one for about 2 minute. Not having a home or return key will take some getting use to. At l...
Actually it's good to see BB's in the regular news again!! I hope this works for them, the world needs more than 2 or 3 OS's imo.
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