A bit after midnight you will be able to pick up the application at www.blackberry.com/myspace or m.myspace.com from your BlackBerry browser. You can catch more screenshots of the application in our previous post.
In a surprising move RIM is also launching a BlackBerry community page on MySpace at www.myspace.com/blackberry. They will be using this space to highlight new applications from RIM or partners along with accessories, news, contests, device tutorials, videos & more.
I applaud this move by RIM to promote a more consumer focused alternative to the RIM website. Hopefully RIM will make good use of it. It worked out pretty well for our president-elect Barack Obama.
Let us know what you think when you download it!