For those of you who love to take some apps from all over the place - aka the Amazon App Store, Getjar, and of course our good pal Gameloft, and are running a Motorola Bravo - weird! - you're in luck. Today Motorola has released an app by the name of "Sideload Enabler for BRAVO" to the Android Market. Officially this isn't the first time Motorola has enabled a feature by offering an app in the Android Market instead of sending it off over the air, and it sure won't be the last, by the looks of it.
All you've got to do is head over to the Android Market and grab that download. Inside you'll find the ability to take your previously disallowed device to download 3rd party apps, a situation that was up until the Infuse 4G not allowed by the carrier. AT&T of course changed their minds with that Samsung release and every device since then (aka the ), has had the freedom to sideload apps.
The best part about this app you'll be downloading is the fact that you'll be able to uninstall it after you've unlocked your ability to sideload apps. Once the app has been loaded and you've allowed your device to sideload, you've just to uninstall that app and you're done! Then it's time to download the Amazon Appstore and get to grabbing some free apps of the day so you can be radical with games like Peggle. Winning!