The future of RIM’s ownership over the “BBX” name for their next-gen platform is still up in the air, but that doesn’t mean developers are sitting on their laurels. Today a video of several Android apps running on the BBX 2.0 platform surfaced and show that despite public criticisms/concern (ours included), Android apps can run quite briskly on their non-native platform. In the video after the break, you’ll see a few apps such as Gmail, IM+, and Kik Messenger (among others) struttin’ their stuff on the enemies hardware. Have at it…


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