BlackBerry Application Storefront Now Accepting Application Submissions For Evaluation

storefront1 RIM let me know that they are now accepting developer applications for evaluation to have their apps included in the Application Storefront. They are planning for a launch in the Spring and are now accepting applications for review. They are asking for both business AND customer focused applications as long as they do not require customization and integration services.

Any developer around the world is invited to submit their applications for consideration. It makes me wonder how RIM is going to decide what to include…

The details can be found at this link on RIM’s site. You can learn more about the process by reading the info at this link.

Some details below:

In order to have your application considered for the upcoming BlackBerry Application Storefront, you must create a vendor account and submit the application for evaluation by RIM.

storefront2 Create a vendor account following these easy steps:

  1. Agree to the Developer Application Evaluation Agreement
  2. Enter your personal contact information
  3. Enter your company contact information
  4. Associate your PayPal account with your vendor account. You must have a verified PayPal account in order to participate in the BlackBerry Application Storefront. A PayPal account is required for both consumer purchases and payments back to vendors.

Once your account credentials have been confirmed, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how you can begin submitting applications for evaluation by RIM.

Applications must adhere to the Application Storefront Vendor Guidelines in order to be considered for inclusion.

4 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. So is the store going to have apps for all Blackberry models, or just the storm? I’m wondering if us 8300 users should get excited about it or not.

  2. Considering Bold 4.6.0.219 has Application Store, it will be not just Storm. However, I don’t know which devices will support it yet.

  3. The app store will support all current devices running OS 4.2.1 or higher.

  4. I tried to download berrystore as an alternative, but when I click it, it sits there loading forever and never does anything. Anyone else having this problem?

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