If you're a Mac user and felt slighted that you couldn't take advantage of the ability to run Android 2.3.3 apps on your BlackBerry - this one's for you. While the original method for converting and running Android 2.3.3 apps was really just for those using Windows, forums member rotmistr has come to the rescue for Mac users with a very easy to follow guide of Xsacha's method originally posted here.
We know that BlackBerry 10.2 will be brining an updated Android player with support for Android 4.2. But in the meantime there is a workaround to get some Android 2.3.3 apps running for now.
If you know your way around a Mac and can user Terminal then you shouldn't have any issues converting and signing any Android apps you may want to try out.
How to convert and run Android 2.3.3 apps using a Mac
That's all there is to it. Providing you follow the above steps you should be up and running with no issues. Keep in mind you'll have to seek out the APK files you want to convert on your own and after you convert then, they'll be tied to your device PIN and will only run on your device.
For more help and discussion, hit up the original forums thread below.