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Snap to download and install applications on Android-BlackBerry 10

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Since then, as it was released BlackBerry 10.2.1, the ability to install Android-application (How to install Android-apps (APK) on 10 BlackBerry) without the need for transformation has become one of the largest acquisitions to BlackBerry fans. It opens the door to many applications that previously were not available to Canadian owners of smartphones. But in this regard, a new problem arises where to get — APK-files?

To solve this problem, there are many ways, but to maximize simplify the task of the original Snap app was created for BlackBerry 10. Snap is, in fact, the user interface for the Google Play Store, so you can be sure that the downloaded files through it so safe, as much as possible. There is no difference between downloading using Snap and downloading directly from the Google Play Store.

The only problem with the Snap, is that the program itself is an application, and it also needs to be installed. However, it suffices to establish it once and you do not have to download anything, because the developers have taken all measures to ensure that you as the end user does not require a lot of work to install the APK-files on your device BlackBerry 10.

If you want to download the Snap, to be able to install Android-applications directly to your BlackBerry, we bring you a guide that will not only help download the Snap, but also shows you how to use it to download the APK-files.

How to install the Snap on BlackBerry 10

Setting Snap

After Snap been properly loaded and installed, no further action is already very simple. When you open the app, it will ask you to login into Google, because, as already mentioned, basically, it works as a user interface to the Google Play Store. This, of course, requires you to have a Google-account of any type, so if you do not have one, you have to register.