I'd like to see the following apps on BB10
- SoundHound - I haven't found a music recognition app that beats this.
- Firefox & Firebox BETA
- Google Maps
- Facebook Messenger with BIS push
- A proper Youtube Client
- 06-23-2012, 01:41 PM #3
As much as I would love it I just do see the majority of these apps coming at launch (or even 4-6 months after launch. . .)
Dropbox and eBay maybe. . .Skype, Netflix, and Instagram will be HUGE if available at launch (and seems fairly probable. . .) Looking at all the indie developers RIM is attracting it seems more likely that we'll have a bunch of unknown but very well made apps at launch and hopefully RIM fills in some gaps with great RIM made apps. . .meh. . .*Jack of all trades can still be a master of some (. . .Hopefully)*
- 06-28-2012, 03:07 PM #5*Jack of all trades can still be a master of some (. . .Hopefully)*
- CrackBerry Genius
06-28-2012, 03:18 PM #6
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I'm still scratching my head over the appeal of Instagram, but a lot of people still don't "get" Facebook even now.
As for the others on the OP's list... I have a feeling we'll see many of them at launch.
One thing worth remembering: At this point, we have seen maybe 3 million Playbooks out there. Period. Not a huge market.
BB10, assuming it isn't positively toxic, will likely move a million handsets a month on launch. Certainly, by the end of the year we could be looking at a few million. What does that mean? That the incentive to develop for BB10 is much higher than it was for the PBOS. Since the PB is getting BB10 anyway, it's a win-win...
- 07-25-2012, 07:49 AM #7
All I care about are:
Memopad - the native one
Windows Live Messenger - Native one like on my blackberry
I don't really see the appeal of netflix I had it for xbox and it lacked features, and all the Anime content was english dubs and wasn't in hd. That and it was missing anything that wasn't mainstream.__________
BriniaSona, the General
- 08-03-2012, 09:41 PM #9
So maybe I'm not to bright in this area but. . .if there's an app missing . . .why can't RIM just ask the app developers for permission to simply have RIM make the app and all the Dev has to do is wait for a check in the mail. . .?*Jack of all trades can still be a master of some (. . .Hopefully)*