How many times do you have to beat a BlackBerry PlayBook until it admits to being able to run Android apps? It would appear to be three. The feature isn't only speculation and murmurs anymore — RIM's made it official.
Earlier this month, it was reported that the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet could have the ability to run Android apps. A new video from the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona has surfaced that just about confirms RIM's new potential plan of attack.
Bloomberg is reporting that RIM's upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will be capable of running over 130,000 Android apps. So a tablet that isn't even powered by Android will get Android apps — how fantastic does that sound?