RIM has announced that they are now accepting Android application submissions for their BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0, and developer have to submit applications for approval by next Monday the 6th of February 2012.
RIM are expected to launch the BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 some time next month, although they haven’t given an exact release date as yet.
Seeing the great response for the BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps at CES, developer meet-ups and conferences that we’ve attended over the last few months, we’re expecting a huge interest in the consumer space for these apps when the update is made available next month. We want to ensure that you are able to capitalize on this unique opportunity by having your applications available when BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 is launched!
Android applications which run on the BlackBery PlayBook OS 2.0 will also be compatible with RIM’s latest smartphone OS, BlackBerry 10 which is expected to launch later in the year, you can find out more details over at RIM.
Source Netbook News
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