1. Easy-G's Avatar
    Seems to me that with Tizen in its infancy, only a push by Samsung to court HTML5 developers can boost it's app ecosystem to competitive levels. Shouldn't this also enable the packaging of those HTML5 apps as BlackBerry 10 apps? BB10 supports native HTML5 apps, correct?

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    menshawy likes this.
    06-02-14 06:17 AM
  2. anon1727506's Avatar
    Yes if Samsung could get more developers to build HTML5 Apps it would be great for BB10.... of course for right now they'll all be in Russian.

    But in truth I think Tizen and Sailfish and BB10 are all going to force Google to lock the Android ecosystem down. Google can not afford for these fringe OS to live off of what they have built. Android Apps do very little for Google, they want devices to be running Google Services and to be accessing the web with their search engine and browser.
    kbz1960, Easy-G and bluetroll like this.
    06-02-14 07:35 AM
  3. menshawy's Avatar
    It would act as throwing the stagnant water. BlackBerry will be affected by the wave, and I think positively
    06-02-14 07:53 AM

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