BlackBerry 10 has a very unique feature, unlike any other operating system. It allows for the open source Android JVM, which lets Android apps effectively operate within BlackBerry 10.
BlackBerry has made it extremely easy to port Android apps to BlackBerry 10. They’ve made it almost too easy. This has unfortunately opened up a slight conundrum for developers.
Anyone and their mother can port Android apps to BlackBerry 10. Using one of the online converters or using their own signing keys will do the trick.
For the most part, in order to install those rogue Android ports one would have to side-load the apps themselves. It is then [...]
There is a reported 70% of current BlackBerry subscribers who plan to make the switch to BlackBerry 10. If true, that could mean a near instantaneous subscriber base of nearly 60 million to BlackBerry 10.
Even a mere 50% switch over rate would be some pretty impressive numbers. What could this mean for game and app publishers? EA and Gameloft have been fairly good about porting their games to the current PlayBook OS. From what we’ve heard they’ve seen a fairly good purchase rate simply from PlayBook owners.
However, companies like Zynga, Glu Mobile, and others haven’t even given BlackBerry a chance. As shown in figures found by Seeking Alpha, [...]
Currently, there is a very popular title among iOS and Android users called ‘Draw Something’. The game is a type of pictionary or charades with images. Xlabz Technologies have created a similar experience, but made it multiplayer with users who you might not know personally. Whereas, Draw Something is usually with just your Facebook friends.
Sketch with Friends is a real-time, multi-player, virtual game where your artistic, creative and vocabulary skills are put to the ultimate test. You get to join a “game room” and compete with players from all over the world. You draw something while others guess what you sketch and vice-versa. All you need to do is call upon [...]