In the last few days since the PlayBook has been in my hot little hands, I have adopted it into my personal and professional life. I would have thought, with the SDK for the PlayBook being released months ago, that we would have seen a swath of popular apps on the release date. My hopes shall we say were shattered. Yes there are some great apps out there, and yes I know that there are more coming, but come on people. Amazon and Netflix should have had clients for their services out regardless of what they thought that the market would do with the PlayBook. My microwave can even stream Netflix movies!!
However there is one app that I have really been missing, as I also have an iPad, and that is DropBox. The ability for me to access my entire dropbox “filesystem” on the iPad makes up for several of the devices shortcomings, but why, after dropbox saw this, would they not produce something for the PlayBook? One thing that DropBox does is to allow users to vote on features they would like to see. There is already an item set up for the PlayBook, and about 450 people have requested it as of the time this is being written.
Lets show them what the BerryReview Army is capable of! Follow the link below (it will ask you to login to DropBox) and vote for a native PlayBook App.
If enough of our loyal readers vote on this, perhaps we can send a strong enough message!