Today Research in Motion launched its highly anticipated BlackBerry 10 platform (and also announced that they were changing the company name to BlackBerry). CBC News has been there to follow the launch, which is the buzz of the tech world. But we're also present on the new platform.
As part of CBC's commitment to ensuring Canadians have the best access to our content wherever and however they choose, we have ensured our popular apps and video content are readily available for people using this new system. Four new apps and recent episodes of your favourite CBC TV shows are available for download from BlackBerry World.
Click here to get the CBC Music app.
Here's what you can find:
CBC News: The only app you need for all the news that matters to you. This app offers easy access to news and weather from your region and around the world, and easy access to photo galleries and videos on the top stories of the day.
Hockey Night in Canada: To mark the 60th season of the iconic television program, CBC brings the home of hockey to your handheld device. Staying connected with the latest hockey news, highlights and scores has never been easier.
CBC Music: Easy, mobile access to Canada's free music service with 50 music streams featuring the best in Canadian and international music.
CBC Radio: Take all of CBC Radio's popular programming, streamed live and on demand, with you wherever you go.
CBC Television: Keep up with episodes from the latest seasons of Arctic Air, Republic of Doyle, Dragon's Den, Mr. D and Heartland, available the day after broadcast.
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