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Songza Developing Native App For BlackBerry 10, Is The Android Approach Working?

Songza Developing Native App For BlackBerry 10, Is The Android Approach Working?

Today during the BlackBerry Jam Keynote, Songza announced that due to overwhelming support and demand from BB10 users they will develop a native version of their popular streaming app. They app will be a BBM connected application and allow use of NFC.

That brings us to the following question. Is the Android strategy for BlackBerry Working? It certainly seems so. First Songza, next maybe Skype or Kindle. Personally from speaking to developers and users, I can clearly see the approach is working and I am intrigued to see how this plays out. Also a lot of respect to Songza for building native for BB10

 

So let us know in the comments what you think?  Is the Android approach paying off  or you wish it was gone from your BB10 device?

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