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Twimbow BlackBerry 10 Twitter Client Will Be Available at Launch


Twimbow has made a big announcement of the fact that their Twitter client will be coming to BlackBerry 10 devices on the first day they launch. This is a nice win for RIM since currently Twimbow is web based and they highlight why they chose launching on BlackBerry 10 first over iOS and Android. They shared exactly why they made that decision including:

  1. BlackBerry 10 is the most open OS available for smartphones, way more than Android (and capable of running Android apps as well). The set of tools developers can use is incredible and you can basically port any app to that OS very easily.
  2. HTML5 performance: as many tests already confirmed, HTML5 performance on BlackBerry 10 is far superior than iOS or Android. It is actually outstanding. Given that Twimbow is a rich HTML5 app, porting it to BB10 is very easy and can offer incredible performances to our users
  3. BB10 is capable of running an HTML5 app as a native app, with a deep integration with the OS (notifications, BBM integration, UI etc.) and taking advantage of the real multi-tasking capabilities of the BB10 OS, something not available in other smartphones.
  4. the opportunity to be in the BB App World for the BB10 launch is huge, so we want to be there ;-)
  5. some of the countries that are very important for Twimbow are historically very important for BlackBerry as well. An example?Indonesia, #2 country in terms of Twimbow registered users and now #1 in terms of daily users.

Check out their full post on their blog along with the video they created below:

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  1. BINGO! An app developer notes that RIM’s PlayBook OS & BB10 browser performance on HTML5 is the reason they’re developing here first!

    Interesting to see how many more developers start taking note of the PlayBook & BB10’s HTML5 prowess!

    Note that BB10’s browser already gets a score of 447 out of 500 — better than any other browser (desktop or mobile)!

    Kudos to the Torch Mobile folks at RIM!

  2. Darn it, I forgot to add the HMTL5 test site: See how great BB10’s browser is already doing!

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