The BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 are getting ready for their full launch later this month, but in order to have a great mobile platform, you have to have an ample selection of apps to choose from. Luckily, BlackBerry is making strides in its BlackBerry World app store, where there are now 100,000 BlackBerry 10 apps available for download.
What's perhaps more impressive, however, is the fact that BlackBerry World gained 30,000 apps in just seven weeks, since the company reported back in January that they were at the 70,000-app mark. Of course, this isn't too surprising, and frankly it's quite expected, as BlackBerry has been offering incentives for developers who create apps for BlackBerry 10.
Plenty of popular apps are available from BlackBerry World, including Facebook, Foursquare, NOVA 3, and Angry Birds. Also, BlackBerry announced that Amazon's Kindle app just launched today, and "in the coming weeks," BlackBerry 10 users will be treated with even more apps, such as eBay, eMusic, MLB at Bat, Rdio, Skype, and Soundhound.
The BlackBerry Z10 will hit the US starting tomorrow on AT&T, while BlackBerry's PlayBook tablet will receive an update to BlackBerry 10 sometime in the near future. 100,000 apps may not seem like a lot compared to Google's or Apple's own offerings, but it's certainly a good start for such a new platform, and we expect BlackBerry World to keep growing over the next few years.