One of the biggest complaints I had when I owned a BlackBerry smartphone was the lack of a really good music store. I’ve since transitioned to Android, but for those still sporting Research In Motion’s wares, you’ll be happy to know that Amazon MP3 (same used on Android) is now available for BlackBerry devices, according to an email RIM just shot us.
The following are key features:
- Download music via Wi-Fi or over the air (OTA)
- Browse by what’s new, deals, top songs, top albums, genres, and sub genres
- Check back every day for the Free Song of the Day and Daily Deal album
- Preview a 30-second sample before you buy
- Tell friends about your favorites via BBM, email, SMS, Socials Feeds, Facebook, and Twitter
- Bookmark a song and come back to it whenever you’re ready for a preview or download.
- Integrated with BlackBerry smartphone features and functions, including Universal Search and Media Library
Now you have access to 14 million songs. That’s incredible news!
You can download the Amazon MP3 application here: http://www.blackberry.com/amazonmp3