1. kuler22's Avatar
    Before I go and pay for the android version of Live Timing for F1 2012...has anyone tried to download and use it on the PlayBook? I know that a Blackberry app is coming soon but hope to use the android app on PlayBook since the developer has said no PlayBook app is being developed.
    03-09-12 08:12 AM
  2. moa999's Avatar
    Doubt it given it is a paid app.
    F1 2012 now in app store.
    5 reviews.

    Still thinking whether I pay for my 9700 - just don't know how long I'll keep it.
    03-10-12 07:43 AM
  3. moa999's Avatar
    Further from Fbook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/F1-Ti...n/185794353116

    If we do a Playbook version it will have to be a native app as playbook doesn't support JNI Android apps (our app is one of these on Android).
    So it wont work
    03-10-12 08:14 AM
  4. nievz's Avatar
    Yeah it doesn't work. I tested the premium version over.
    03-22-12 09:35 AM
  5. UrbanGlowCam's Avatar
    I have it on my 9930 and its pretty great. Not as good as the Android/iOS one but getting close. Each update makes it better. I think the And/iOS version is a little more intuitive and better on the graphics, but the BB app still works fairly well and has the same information.

    I hope they develop a PlayBook version as I'm sure it'll match the big guys and set us off nicely for the 2013 season on the BB10 smartphone coming later this year.
    03-22-12 11:33 AM
  6. Wolfgan's Avatar
    I hope they develop a PlayBook version as I'm sure it'll match the big guys and set us off nicely for the 2013 season on the BB10 smartphone coming later this year.
    As I said in another thread, if there's any NDK PlayBook developer and F1 lover in the community, maybe this will help to get a native live timing app (https://launchpad.net/live-f1)
    Wolf
    03-22-12 01:15 PM
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