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)