RIM Begins Taking On BlackBerry Apps
Jan 20, 2009, 12:13 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Research In Motion recently revealed that it is now accepting applications from developers for BlackBerry phones. The BlackBerry Application Storefront is open for developers only. Those wishing to submit applications can do so via the RIM Web site. Developers will have to agree to terms and be accepted into the developer program. RIM is anticipating it will launch the storefront later this spring.
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