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Box Launches Free BlackBerry PlayBook App!

 

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We let you know when BlackBerry PlayBook launched about websites that worked very well on the native browser. One site in particular was box.net. For those of you who are not familiar with Box, it is a cloud storage site. Users get 5gb of storage for free when signing up, and box also offers packages with larger storage for a monthly cost.

It looks like Box has finally launched an application for the BlackBerry PlayBook which allows you to upload, and download files into or rom your box account. Also, you can save files for offline access. Go ahead and check it out. This is a must have app, and it is free. Check it out here.

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Box Launches Free BlackBerry PlayBook App!
Jon Destouche
Thu, 11 Aug 2011 17:40:52 GMT

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