Search for apps, games, music, or videos

You can search the entire BlackBerry World storefront, or you can choose to search for a specific type of item. For example, you can choose to only search for games, apps, music, or videos.

Browse categories

The BlackBerry World storefront is divided into four sections: games, apps, music, and videos. Within each section is a list of categories or genres. For example, in the games section, you can find categories such as arcade games, card games, and sports games.
  1. On the BlackBerry World home screen, tap All.
  2. Tap Games, Apps, Music, or Video.
  3. Tap Categories.
  4. Tap a category or genre.
Tip: After you browse to a category of apps or games, you can filter the list of apps or games to show only free items, items for sale, or items with a specific star rating. You can also sort the list by name, price, rating, or popularity. To sort or filter the apps or games in a category, touch and hold the name of a list, drag your finger down, and tap any of the drop-down lists.

Scan a QR code

If you see a QR code, you can scan it to find a specific item in the BlackBerry World storefront. QR codes commonly appear on websites, posters, or other promotional materials.

  1. In the BlackBerry World storefront, swipe down from the top of the screen.
  2. Tap Scan Barcode.

Clear your search history

  1. On the BlackBerry World storefront home screen, tap Search.
  2. Tap More Actions > Clear search history.

Turn on private browsing

You can turn on private browsing if you don't want your recent search terms to appear on your Search screen or you don't want your recently viewed items displayed on the My World screen.
  1. In the BlackBerry World storefront, swipe down from the top of the screen.
  2. Tap The Settings icon > General.
  3. Set the Private Browsing switch to On.
Note: After you turn on private browsing, your saved searches and recently viewed items aren't displayed. However, when private browsing is turned off, your saved searches and recently viewed items are restored.