GetJar — the world’s largest cross-platform app store with an advertised of over 1 billion downloads to date — has recently partnered with AT&T, after previously shaking hands with Sprint and Rogers, to bring more than 75,000 of its applications to AT&T’s customers, regardless if they’re running Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile or Symbian platforms.

If you’re on AT&T, downloading the GetJar application should grant you access to thousands of programs for your handset, filed under several categories, all applications being managed by GetJar. The AT&T GetJar application is already available in the AT&T AppCenter and since the majority of platforms are supported, a vast number of AT&T subscribers will benefit the deal.

Source: IntoMobile

Via: Phone Arena

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