The Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry app, previously rumored to be announced at DevCon 2010, is mentioned in the recently leaked BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 SP3 release notes suggesting that the application is near release.  We don’t know much about Amazon’s MP3 for BlackBerry app but it could be a viable “iTunes Store of sorts” for BlackBerry users.

RIM’s BES 5.0.3 release notes call Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry a “RIM Value Added Application,” and the document specifies that BlackBerry administrators will be able to disable the app via BES. The release notes also mention that Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry will work on RIM smartphones running BlackBerry OS 5.0 or higher, so it won’t be restricted to RIM’s latest OS, BlackBerry 6.

[Via CIO]