RIM free apps

October 20, 2011 by staff 

RIM free appsRIM free apps, Research In Motion (TSX: RIM) has launched the first of a series of BlackBerry applications without the intent to compensate users for an extended outage last week.

The iSpeech Pro was available for download on BlackBerry App Store on Wednesday morning.

The application reads text messages and e-mail aloud to motorists and initially sold in the U.S. store and 19.99.

RIM says it will offer at least a dozen free applications, valued at more than 100, and its users after a court struck widespread email service, text messaging and the Internet last week offline.

The blackout began in Europe and spread to the Middle East, Africa and North America and South America for different times.

In the coming weeks, RIM said it will sell a variety of other applications, including versions of popular games for mobile phones and Sims, Bejeweled, Texas Hold’em Poker and Bubble Bash.

Applications will be available in BlackBerry App World and will continue to offer free of charge until 31 December.

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