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RIM has officially announced the Blackberry Video Store at the MWC 2012 event. This is another attempt taken by the company to improve the name after the disappointment regarding the 7 inch PlayBook.
The Video Store promises to stream HD movies and content in very high quality supported by the guides and information of the digital entertainment technology firm, Rovi.
BlackBerry Video Store was mentioned last year and now this streaming scheduled to launch along with the PlayBook 2.0 upgrade at first in United States and then in United Kingdom.
The tablet users can have a preview at the titles using the information offered by the movie and entertainment firm, Rovi, that is the company behind the DivX player. The Video Store will offer over 10,000 movies and TV series for both rent and purchase.
The PlayBook 2.0 operating system also adds thousands of applications in the App World for download. This includes a range of the Android apps that are ported from the Android Market. The tablet also allows the developers to repackage the already existing Android applications on tablets.