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A Snapshot of RIM’s BlackBerry 10 Developer Momentum

BlackBerry Developer Momentum

At BlackBerry Jam RIM’s CEO Thorsten Heins showed off a slide with some current developers or publishers who plan on launching BlackBerry 10 apps. Heins made a point of mentioning that these are ONLY the ones who confirmed BlackBerry 10 development and agreed to be listed publicly. There are quite a few other devs working on BlackBerry 10.

Still its worth noting that The New York Times is on there along with a whole slew of top shelf apps including the Amazon Kindle. These more or less bring us to better than what we currently have on BlackBerry 7 which I am happy to see. Here is to hoping RIM can get devs on board to blow away the BlackBerry 7 catalog when they launch BlackBerry 10.

(The slide above is from our Consumer Event post from yesterday)

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  1. Someone needs to block iheartradio off of that display. Not only does that app suck balls on BlackBerry, it’s also not available on anything above OS 6.

  2. You have a point there. Personally I love slacker

  3. Great to see Cisco, Citrix, Amazon, SAP, Foursquare, and LinkedIn on the list already!!! 😀

  4. What about TomTom, Google (Maps, Sync, gtalk, Lattitude, Google+), Microsoft (ActiveSync, Skype :D)

    I hope, I dream, I pray! Still it is very promising.

  5. What about books? No Amazon or Kobo 🙁
    Spotify, good!

  6. Kindle! Every else is gravy!
    Hey, Ronen, I love Slacker, too…

  7. Curious…since most of these are working on Android already, what’s the chance they will be Android ports? Versus a BlackBerry 10 built app?

  8. Surprised to see Kayak on there…and Skype is still missing,
    It’s a bit sad to see that the empty space in ‘social’ had to be filled by using XXXL icons of the 3 lonely available services

  9. If they could just get Skype on there I would be over the moon excited. So far it looks like everything else I want is there and more.

    At the end of the day – solid communications and solid web are my 2 top priorities. Most news apps also have great mobile sites not so USA today is nice but it’s not vital.

  10. I’m embarrassed to see the New York Times on the list…

  11. Will support Flash Player?

  12. Nobody noticed IMANGI STUDIOS? Temple Run!!!

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