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Sep 12, 2012

BlackBerry 10 Lands with the Largest App Ecosystem of Any 1st-Gen OS

Early next year, Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion will bring to the market its first devices running under the BlackBerry 10 platform, and it seems quite bullish about it.

The company expects for the new OS and devices powered by it to enjoy significant success and to help it regain the market share it has been losing lately. One reason for this success, Alec Saunders, RIM's vice president of developer relations and ecosystem development said, would be the largest app ecosystem that BlackBerry 10 will enjoy when compared to other first-gen platforms, CNet reports.

RIM has been working hard on attracting a lot of developers to its upcoming mobile platform, and it seems that it might have succeeded in doing so. However, with Android and iOS consolidating their leading positions and with Windows Phone coming fast from behind, it’s clear that RIM needs a bit more than just apps to ensure BlackBerry 10’s success.

BlackBerry 10
Images credits to CrackBerry


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