BlackBerry phones ‘to run Android apps’
BlackBerry-maker Research in motion sales looks progressively prone to offer Android compatibility on its forthcoming phones.
Lady using Blackberry phone
The move would address critique that BlackBerry doesn’t have enough programs by permitting the products to operate individuals designed for Google’s rival Android operating-system. It might also lessen RIM’s find it difficult to persuade designers to create applications particularly for BlackBerry.
Reviews from Bloomberg claim that suggestions in Feb can always prove true. Initially, it had been reported that RIM was working internally on a task to create its Playbook tablet suitable for Google’s 250,000 applications it was later confirmed by RIM Boss Mike Lazaridis. In the Mobile World Congress show captured, software maker Myriad seemed to be showing its Alien Dalvik software, that make Android applications run on other platforms. The new capacity can also be set to produce with BlackBerry’s forthcoming cell phones, based on new operating-system QNX, due at the begining of 2012.
Application ShopSavvy stated on its blog in Feb that based on its &ldquologs someone in Waterloo, Ontario (where RIM relies) continues to be running ShopSavvy for Android on various BlackBerry products&rdquo.
Based on the firm, the 8300, 8600 and 8520 were recorded running ShopSavvy this season. They added that &ldquoThis is sensible since BlackBerry OS supports Java Virtual Machines and it might be pretty simple to compile Android within the them. This can be a pretty interesting development – we would like to optimize ShopSavvy for that new BlackBerry+Android&rdquo.
While RIM has stated that it is QNX-based PlayBook tablet will run Android applications, it has not confirmed that QNX phones will have a similar capacity.