BlackBerry fans that are always on the prowl for bargain apps should be happy to hear that RIM has just taken its BlackBerry App World 2.0 mobile application store out of beta and it’s now available to the BlackBerry community. One of the most notable changes is that the company has lowered the minimum $2.99 requirement for paid apps to allow $0.99 and $1.99 apps in the store. Free apps are also still available in the store. With the number apps in RIM’s App World being around 9,000 compared to over 100,000 and 225,000 for Google’s Android Market and Apple’s App Store respectively, hopefully such a move will help boost the number of apps in App World and also its popularity.
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