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Old 30-Oct-2010
RIM: Developers Have Already Created Applications for BB

Waterloo, Ontario-based BlackBerry Smartphone manufacturer Research In Motion [RIM] Inc. announced recently on the BlackBerry Developerís Blog that developers are already hard at work creating applications for the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook. As a matter of fact, the company indicates that since the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK was released on Monday, October 25 some developers have already managed to create a few applications for the BlackBerry PlayBook.

The company states that developers have found it so easy to create applications with the new BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK. For example, developer Jerome Carty created a browser for the BlackBerry PlayBook in just half of an hour. He was kind enough to provide a video demonstration of the browser in action on the BlackBerry PlayBook simulator. We have embedded said video in the full post.

Other applications already available for the BlackBerry PlayBook include eUnity, which was demonstrated by Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch at the Adobe MAX 2010 worldwide developer conference. eUnity developer MobiHealthNews claims that it took developers just two hours to have the application running on the BlackBerry PlayBook.

We can expect to see more and more BlackBerry PlayBook applications as we get close to the launch date ó which remains unknown for now. We already know that both Kobo and Amazon have committed to release ebook reader applications for the tablet.

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