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RIM Confirms Android Support on Playbook

March 24th, 2011 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: AndroidOS, Platforms: BlackBerry | 1 Comment »

RIM has confirmed that the new BlackBerry Playbook will be able to run Android apps. RIM will deliver two ‘app players’ with the playbook that should make sure the apps run on the tablet.

So we are indeed talking about emulators coming from RIM itself which sounds a bit squeaky, but strategywise is could make sense as the Playbook will have a huge amount of additional apps to choose from. There is one catch though. The emulators only support Android 2.3 while 3.0 apps are all made for tablets.

    One Response to “RIM Confirms Android Support on Playbook”

    1. steward says:

      version, all the tablets work?

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