Blackberry announced some top brands jumping in on the Blackberry 10 app market. Blackberry is pretty excited about this development but is it enough to pull the struggling mobile giant from the quicksand? Martyn Mallick, Vice President of BlackBerry World and Global Alliances at BlackBerry had the following to say about the development.
“BlackBerry has a strong lineup of top brands building great applications for BlackBerry 10”. “We remain focused on bringing relevant, sought-after apps to the BlackBerry World storefront, and we are excited to announce and welcome these new partners to BlackBerry 10.”
Mr. Mallick is certainly optimistic which is a good attitude and posture to take. The Z30 handset is without question some sleek and wonderful hardware. But is this too little to late? Is the list of new brand apps coming to Blackberry enough to turn new consumers and Blackberry fans alike back to the company? See the list below for what’s coming to Blackberry 10.
Business and Productivity
Bloomberg, Citrix Receiver, CommonDesk ARCviewer, Evernote, First Direct Banking On The Go , HDFC Banking, ICICI bank and National Bank of Canada
Security and Compliance
Cellcrypt Mobile, CommonDesk Compliance Engine, Fixmo Sentinel, Retain for BlackBerry Powered by GWAVA, RSA SecurID® Software Token and SafeNet MobilePASS and SafeNet Authenticiation Service (SAS)
Entertainment and Multimedia
ABC Family, ABC Player, Discovery, E! Online, GMM TV, History App, Hype Machine, KK Box, KlikMusik, MTV Coke Studio, NBC, Quickflix, Sohu TV, Ultimate History Quiz, and Wowloud
Angry Birds—GO!, Bad Piggies, Despicable Me: Minion Rush, Doodle Jump, Icy Tower Classic, Icy Tower 2, Real Racing 3 for BlackBerry 10 and The Sims FreePlay for BlackBerry 10
Lifestyle and Sports
CBS Sports App, Kereta Api Indonesia, Kingsoft Powerword, MTV Nightfinder, The Perfect Year App by InsideHook, Qoo10, SBS Transit, Star Health and Zalora
News and Publications
Channel NewsAsia, Flipboard, FTChinese.com, Her World Indonesia, Infokomputer for BlackBerry, MSN App and Shanghai Daily
Kaixin, QQ, Sina Weibo, and WeChat
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