Research In Motion has plans to redesign and unveil Blackberry App World 3.0. The main features include an enhanced interface that enables users to go through apps, themes, and games quickly. In addition, the storage folder titled, ‘My World’ will be positioned on the home screen itself. This will ensure that users can install downloads wirelessly in case of an accidental deletion or an upgrade of a particular software. The new App World, put together by top blackberry developers, will also carry BB music, which be part of the overhauled release.

In early August, the Blackberry App World 3.0 was being tested in beta and August 22 is the release date. More than fifty million Blackberry users will be taking advantage of this new release that is expected to be the final version, say analysts.

Reports indicate that a Blackberry streaming music offering will supplement the Blackworld App World 3.0. The finished product will have a brand new interface and a home screen that will be facilitate location of apps. The front screen will have rotating banners displaying the latest products, while apps are stored digitally in the user’s personal folder. Reinstalling apps apps can be done free of charge.

Moreover, users can pay for apps via PayPal or credit card. PayPal provides a safe and secure mode of payment for Blackberry apps. By mid-August, there were rumors that RIM had completed its restructuring project with Blackworld App World 3.0 and that negotiations with record companies over its music streaming offers were in the final stages. Presumably, RIM has inked an agreement with one of four major record label firms; it is expected to sign deals with another two record companies, reports TechJournal.com.

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