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BlackBerry announces top brands to bring new apps and games to BlackBerry 10

ScreenHunter_25 Sep. 26 11.08The list of top apps for BlackBerry 10 keeps growing, and though some of the most sought after apps are not yet available it is a good step in the right direction. With the time BlackBerry has had BB10 on the market they have done quite good job bringing a large amount of applications to the platform. They just need to focus now on the most important apps to users and given time I believe they can overcome the app shortage. I believe is not about the numbers when it comes to apps but about the quality of the apps, and they do need to keep that in mind. Check out the list of new apps below (some might be already in BlackBerry World).

 

BlackBerry Jam Asia Developer Conference to Showcase New Applications

Waterloo, ON – More top brands are bringing new applications to customers on the BlackBerry® 10 platform. Today at the BlackBerry Jam Asia Developer Conference in Hong Kong, BlackBerry® (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB) will be showcasing the application experience on BlackBerry 10 and talking about new app partners.

“BlackBerry has a strong lineup of top brands building great applications for BlackBerry 10,” said Martyn Mallick, Vice President of BlackBerry World and Global Alliances at BlackBerry. “We remain focused on bringing relevant, sought-after apps to the BlackBerry World storefront, and we are excited to announce and welcome these new partners to BlackBerry 10.”

New apps now available and committed to coming soon include:

Business and Productivity

  • Bloomberg
  • Citrix Receiver
  • CommonDesk ARCviewer
  • Evernote
  • First Direct Banking On The Go
  • HDFC Banking
  • ICICI bank and National Bank of Canada

Security and Compliance

  • Cellcrypt Mobile
  • CommonDesk Compliance Engine
  • Fixmo Sentinel
  • Retain for BlackBerry Powered by GWAVA
  • RSA SecurID® Software Token and SafeNet MobilePASS and SafeNet Authenticiation Service (SAS)

Entertainment and Multimedia

  • ABC Family
  • ABC Player
  • Discovery
  • E! Online
  • GMM TV
  • History App
  • Hype Machine
  • KK Box
  • KlikMusik
  • MTV Coke Studio
  • NBC
  • Quickflix
  • Sohu TV
  • Ultimate History Quiz
  • Wowloud

Gaming

  • Angry Birds—GO!

  • Bad Piggies
  • Despicable Me: Minion Rush
  • Doodle Jump
  • Icy Tower Classic
  • Icy Tower 2
  • Real Racing 3 for BlackBerry 10
  • The Sims FreePlay for BlackBerry 10
  • Lifestyle and Sports

    • CBS Sports App
    • Kereta Api Indonesia
    • Kingsoft Powerword
    • MTV Nightfinder
    • The Perfect Year App by InsideHook
    • Qoo10, SBS Transit
    • Star Health and Zalora

    News and Publications

    • Channel NewsAsia
    • Flipboard, FTChinese.com
    • Her World Indonesia
    • Infokomputer for BlackBerry
    • MSN App
    • Shanghai Daily

    Social

    • Kaixin

  • QQ
  • Sina Weibo
  • WeChat
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    6 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
    1. Still waiting for ooVoo who claimed to be releasing their video chat tool soon after the BB10 launch. So where is it ooVoo? I would use it if I had it.

    2. Has BB completely abandoned US bank apps? Where is CitiBank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Navy Federal, etc. Does the US not need access to their resources?

    3. I agree with NST. Unless BB invests heavily in the US market there is no way they are going to reverse this decline.
      Have they considered contacting the app developers at these banks and other US companies and offering to pay them to come out with the app? I realize its not the preferred method but it may be the only way to get these apps on BB10 Its a lot cheaper than the alternative.

    4. What killed BlackBerry: Terrible apps

      NEW YORK (CNNMoney)

      http://money.cnn.com/2013/09/25/technology/mobile/blackberry-apps/index.html

    5. I understand the power behind the blacberry in terms of business, but if the company wants to stay afloat they must consider the non-business geared general population. They should focus on marketing and on apps. Blackberry has a serious app problem and while it has many apps, it doesn’t offer many good apps that the general public actually wants. They should focus on making the device great for business and personal use not just making it the best business phone on the market. If blackberry natively offered the same apps that the iPhone and Android have (or at least the more popular apps), there may be some turn around but they need to focus on getting these companies to make these apps for blackberry.

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