Las aplicaciones Android llegan al Blackberry Playbook


11 Las aplicaciones Android llegan al Blackberry Playbook,  Hace algún tiempo se hablaba de Alien Dalvik una especie de plataforma que permitiría que las aplicaciones disponibles en el Market de Android pudiesen ejecutarse en otros sistemas operativos, pues un fuerte rumor decía que RIM aprovecharía esto en su tablet Blackberry Playbook. Al parecer así será, según han comunicado, el Blackberry Playbook y sus demás dispositivos basados en QNX tendrán soporte para las aplicaciones Android, como así también soporte para desarrollos en C/C++, además de HTML 5, Flash y Adobe Air, sin dudas una gran noticia para los usuarios de Blackberry. Para esto, RIM lanzara los "reproductores de aplicaciones" que se ejecutaran de forma segura en forma segura en un modo sandbox, uno de ellos dirigido hacia las aplicaciones compatibles con Android 2.3, dichos reproductores se podrían descargar desde la Blackberry App World. A continuación dejo la noticia completa en ingles: "The BlackBerry PlayBook is an amazing tablet.

The power that we have embedded creates one of the most compelling app experiences available in a mobile computing device today,” “The upcoming addition of BlackBerry Java and Android apps for the BlackBerry PlayBook on BlackBerry App World will provide our users with an even greater choice of apps and will also showcase the versatility of the platform.” Mike Lazaridis, President and Co-CEO at Research In Motion “The response to the BlackBerry PlayBook from the developer community has been exceptional.

Our commitment to supporting HTML5 and Adobe AIR development has resonated and spurred developers to create fun and innovative applications for BlackBerry PlayBook users,” “The upcoming BlackBerry Tablet OS NDK beta will add C/C++ tools to our repertoire and gives developers one of the broadest and deepest platforms to develop on.” David Yach, Chief Technology Officer, Software at Research In Motion “Supporting a new OS can be a challenge for developers,” “however, integration of the BlackBerry Tablet OS with the Airplay SDK makes this a non-issue. We think this is a far-sighted move by RIM: the BlackBerry PlayBook is a great device for games and applications, and combining this with content distribution via BlackBerry App World brings an exciting new ecosystem for developers.” Alex Caccia, President of Ideaworks Labs. “With a sharp focus on the multimedia experience, very powerful hardware, and fantastic games in the pipeline, the BlackBerry Playbook has all the right ingredients to be a mainstream hit,” “Through Union, Unity developers have an opportunity to reach a new audience and grow with another great new platform.” Brett Seyler, GM of Union at Unity Technologies..