Twitter and Kindle Apps Coming in BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0? Best Buy Seems to Think So

Twitter and Kindle Apps Coming in BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0? Best Buy Seems to Think So

Best Buy Canada has released a product page to market all of the wonderful things about BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0. In one part of the description, where it discusses apps, the details read as:

“Plug in to BlackBerry App WorldTM and read, write and game like never before. With thousands of apps for every use, you’ll never run out of new and exciting options. Pick up Angry Birds or Cut the Rope, read the latest magazines, or connect online with Facebook and Twitter apps. With access to Kobo and Kindle, you can enjoy new late night reading without ever leaving your living room.”

This description suggests that we will see a native Twitter app and Amazon Kindle app available on the PlayBook OS 2.0 update. While many users have likely resorted to Blaq, a native Twitter app will still be an added touch. Nonetheless, be on the look out for PlayBook OS 2.0’s release on February 21st.

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