The struggling smartphone maker has been criticized for the lack of applications available for its devices. By adding the Amazon App store, BlackBerry said Wednesday its app developer program can put more emphasis on business and productivity applications.
Shares are up 3.4 percent, or 28 cents, to $8.33 in morning trading on the Nasdaq.
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