Starting today, Research In Motion (RIM) is making its online digital distribution network, the BlackBerry App World (Version 1.1) available to independent developers and smartphone users in various European countries like Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Spain, Luxembourg, Belgium, Ireland, Portugal, Netherlands and the Channel Islands. In addition to this massive expansion of RIM’s app store, the service is being made available in a number of diverse languages like English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
A few days ago, the company quietly unveiled the BlackBerry Tour 9360, a 3G BlackBerry Smartphone that is a worthy contender for the new Apple iPhone 3GS and the Palm Pre. In spite of the lack of significant marketing buzz, the company is making considerable inroads, even among new buyers. According to independent technology research and consulting firm Yankee Group, 41% of Americans who plan to buy a smartphone were favoring the BlackBerry because of its versatility, features and the new app store, the BlackBerry App World, which continues to grow its stock.
While RIM’s App Store has quite a long way to go before it reaches the dizzying heights of its Apple counterpart, the App World already boasts a number of useful applications for its users.
Social Networking Apps
Fun and Games
Research In Motion (RIM) is pulling all stops to provide its smartphone users a rich experience through a variety of apps. If you’re interested in developing a BlackBerry application to enhance your business productivity and collaboration efforts, please visit us at www.webspiders.com to discuss your specific requirements.
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