Earlier today, the Android App Player for the BlackBerry PlayBook leaked out and as expected, you really can't do much with it aside from have some fun just poking around. Since the time I did up this video, folks have now found out you can in fact use the Android SDK to install some apps but given the buggy nature of the Android Player -- not all apps will work. If you decided to pass on downloading it, check out the video abouve to see what you're missing. If nothing else, take joy in knowing the BlackBerry PlayBook has a newer version of Android than 81% of Android users.
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