Much like how you can purchase movies and tv shows on BlackBerry 10 through BlackBerry World, you can also now purchase music directly on your BlackBerry 10 smartphone. The music store in this case is powered by 7Digital and offers over 22 million tracks available from all the major and indie record labels in DRM free mp3 format.
In short, there is a wide array of content available so with that in mind, you're sure to find something to suit your tastes. If you're looking to learn how to purchase music on your BlackBerry 10 smartphone, jump below where we've laid out the full details for you all.
In order to get up and running with purchasing music on BlackBerry 10, you'll first need to create yourself a BlackBerry ID account assuming you don't already have one. For the most part, everyone should already have this set up unless you skipped it during the initial device set up.
To initiate this process should you need to, simply tap on the BlackBerry World icon and follow through with the on-screen instructions from there. You'll be setting up your email, screen name, password and any payment details you may wish to provide be it - PayPal, Credit Cards or even carrier billing where supported.
When you load up BlackBerry World on BlackBerry 10 you'll find the menu on the left. From there you can move on down to the 'Music' section and start browsing the available content. In here, you'll find the headlined content front and center but if you're looking for something in particular, you can tap on the search feature or break it all down via specific genres.
Once you find something you're considering purchasing, you're able to view all the relevant information that goes along with it. In addition to that, any music you're considering purchasing can be previewed within BlackBerry World. If you're not wanting to buy a full album, you can also just buy singles for pretty reasonable prices plus, all the content is DRM free.
With your preferred music now picked out, you can tap on the green purchase price up in the top right. Once tapped, you'll then be asked how you wish to pay for the content. Depending on your set up, the payment will either be through PayPal, Credit Card or carrier billing. Once payment is confirmed, your content will begin downloading and will be store on your device and ready for access. That's pretty much it, you're good to go.
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