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BlackBerry welcomes Android apps...

From: Larry M.
Sent on: Monday, November 28, 2011 3:55 PM
Hi Folks,
Some of you may remember my brief presentation to your OC Tech Startup Group about BlackBerry on Sept. 29th
For those of you working on Android applications, I’m hosting a webcast tomorrow at 11:00am to demonstrate how easy it is to move your android app to BlackBerry PlayBook (and thus our future BBX-based handsets as well).  Details are below!

Give your Android app more play!

BlackBerry welcomes Android Developers!

Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Time: 11:00 AM PST
Link to the webcast:
Join this interactive webcast to learn how package your Android App to run on the BlackBerry PlayBook and submit it to BlackBerry App World. BlackBerry experts will be on hand to take you through the process and will be on hand to answer your questions during the webcast. During this interactive webcast we’ll cover:
  • Using the online app packager 
  • Customizing your Android app for the BlackBerry PlayBook
  • How to sign your application 
  • Submitting your application to BlackBerry App World 
  • Paid or Free app? 
  • Revenue payments for paid apps 
  • What next? Native, AIR, HTML5? 

Larry McDonough, BlackBerry Development Evangelist, Research In Motion Limited

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