/// RIM Pulls In 15,000 New BB10 App Submissions

January 14, 2013  |  All Things Digital


Research In Motion’s efforts to incentivize developers to port their apps to its new BlackBerry 10 operating system appear to be paying off. Over the weekend RIM held two Portathons during which developers were urged to port their apps to BlackBerry 10. The incentive offered: $100 for any app approved to the store, along with the chance to win some free hardware. End result: Thousands of app submissions in less than two days. “Well there you have it. 37.5 hours in, we hit 15,000 apps for this portathon,” Alec Saunders, RIM’s vice president of developer relations tweeted

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RIM Pulls In 15,000 New BB10 App Submissions

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