Pardon the pun, but bravo for Motorola and AT&T -- they have released an app on the Android Market that will enable sideloading on your Motorola Bravo. Sideloading, something many of us think is one of the strengths of the Android platform, allows you to install application on your Android device that do not come from the official Android Market. It's something that AT&T has blocked from their Android phones for quite a while, only considering the option once the Amazon Appstore gained popularity. There have always been ways around it, as it only really disabled sideloading directly from the device, but it was one of those small things that put a damper on the whole Android experience on AT&T. We certainly had a few words to say about it.
Just as important is the method used here. Rooted users know, enabling the "Unknown Sources" option is a pretty trivial thing to do, you just change an entry in a system database. Motorola simply released an app that has the permissions to do this automatically -- no root, no fuss. It doesn't get much more user-friendly than that, and my hat's off to you Motorola.
Enough of my gushing -- the download link is after the break, grab it, install it, and go shop around for some apps.