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RIM makes it easy to port Androidapps onto Playbook

RIM makes it easy to port Androidapps onto Playbook
RIM makes it easy to port Androidapps onto Playbook
RIM come up with the a tool for developers to check the applications for compatibility, sign, package and preparation for submission

Research in Motion (RIM) has recently supplied a BlackBerry tool which is especially for the developers. The main attractive feature of this device is it checks applications for compatibility, sign, package and preparation for submission.

They have made it easy for the developers with their latest BlackBerry tools SDK and ADT plug-in, and the BlackBerry Packager for Android. So the developers, who want to resign, repackage or submit your Android application to the BlackBerry platform for use should definitely go for it.

Earlier Blackberry executives were heard saying that they will keep good relations with the developers, and this is really a good example how they are trying to make good terms with the developers. It really feels like with the help of the developers they can really come up with some great good numbers of applications, which they need to compete with the other platforms available in the market with thousands of applications supporting them.

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Author: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2011-10-19 (Update: 2012-05-26)