BlackBerry 10 Browser Passes Ring 1 on Facebook’s Ringmark

BlackBerry 10 Browser Passes Ring 1 on Facebook’s Ringmark

The BlackBerry 10 browser has now passed Ring 1 of the Ringmark HTML5 standardization program from Facebook. Developers can now be more confident that the BB10 Browser will be able to execute web applications including advanced levels of functionality, such as 2D games, musica and video apps, camera apps and more.

BlackBerry 10 is the first platform browser to pass Ring 1. If you have a BB10 Dev device you can test it by heading to this site: Try testing other devices too so you can compare. BlackBerry 10 browser will kick ass! What do you guys think?

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