For the lovers of hitech gadget products from Research In Motion – RIM, especially fans of the BlackBerry Playbook tablets, reportedly BlackBerry Playbook will support Java applications and Android applications.
The BlackBerry Playbook users can run a variety of Java and Android applications that circulating in the market. But you have to be patient because as previously rumored, BlackBerry Playbook tablet release date will be late.
Mike Lazaridis as President and Co-CEO of RIM said that BlackBerry will continue to add Java and Android applications for BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in the BlackBerry App World. RIM will provide a wide range of application of choice for gadget users and demonstrated ability in the many BlackBerry Playbook application platforms.
But the gadget users can not download and run Android applications that are available in Android Market. Gadget users can only download and run Android applications that have been uploaded to the BlackBerry App World. However, application developers at least can enjoy the convenience because BlackBerry Playbook application developers who have made the BlackBerry Java or Android application can easily upload their applications to the BlackBerry App World.
BlackBerry Application Developer simply re-package and re-register the BlackBerry Java or Android Applications to BlackBerry App World. If the application is approved then the BlackBerry gadgets users can directly download it on the BlackBerry App World.
Especially, application developers who want to develop applications for the BlackBerry Playbook table t, Research In Motion – RIM has provided Software Development Kit (SDK) specifically for the BlackBerry Playbook tablet. Software Development Kit (SDK) will support HTML 5, C / C + +, AIR and Flash. SDK beta version scheduled to be available in summer this year.
BlackBerry Playbook and BlackBerry OS tablet itself built QNX Neutrino microkernel-based architecture. Until now there are more than 25 thousand BlackBerry Java applications and more than 200 thousand Android applications.