RIM has released their latest BlackBerry 10 SDK, and developers can now submit BlackBerry 10 apps to the BlackBerry App World, and owners of the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha devices will be able to try these new apps out.
“Developers have been making remarkable progress with BlackBerry 10. We’ve seen amazing examples of apps from every category being built for the BlackBerry 10 platform; often in just a matter of days. This update provides enhancements to all four SDKs and introduces two key APIs that allow developers to integrate their apps deeply into the core BlackBerry 10 experience, creating a seamless flow between apps for BlackBerry 10 customers,” said Christopher Smith, Vice President, Handheld Application Platform & Tools at Research In Motion.
RIM was expected to launch BlackBerry 10 by the end of 2012, although they announced recently that they would be delaying the launch of their new OS until 2013, with the first BlackBerry 10 devices expected to land in quarter one of 2013.
Source The VergeFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News, Top News