RIM to launch Blackberry application center

Crunchgear has sneaked a couple of shots of the BlackBerry Application Center, RIM's answer to Apple's App Store and Google's Android Market.

The application center is the same as Apple and Google's offerings, you browse, purchase, download and rate applications wirelessly.

The Application Center is set to debut with the BlackBerry Storm software version 4.7 and app data will be stored at the carriers locale meaning carriers can put the applications they like on their own store.

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4.7 its the touch version of the os just like 5.0 is for nokia's symbian... anyways... im still waiting for this device! bb storm