How to install Android apps on BlackBerry phones?
bcastle 32 weeks ago
I am thinking about a new BlackBerry Z30. I know that's not the most popular choice, but I had a couple BlackBerry devices in the past and liked them, then I switched to Android as the “app gap” became greater and BlackBerry hardware started to lag as well. With the Z30 (and Z10) BB is making decent hardware again, and apparently you can install Android apps on BB phones now. How does this work? Can BlackBerry devices install Android apps direct from Google Play?
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