Sunday, 27 February 2011

Free BlackBerry PlayBook offer overview

Just in case you haven't heard about it yet...

Developers who create a qualifying application for the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet prior to its initial North American release are eligible for a free BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet. The main criterion to qualify for the free BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet offer is to have a qualifying application accepted into BlackBerry App World™, subject to certain Terms and Conditions.

You can submit multiple BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet apps into BlackBerry App World, but each BlackBerry App World vendor will only qualify for one free BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Apps will need to meet the BlackBerry App World Vendor Guidelines. 

You will find more here...

Submit your own Domino mobile app using soapgate Q!

In case you are interested in submitting a business type app that connects to a Domino back-end, you might want to use our soapgate Q! web service API for Domino. We just decided to open up our licensing model to provide a free personal edition of soapgate Q! which will allow you to create mobile apps for up to 3 users and / or (and that might be even more interesting in the context of the Blackberry Playbook offer) submit any free and add-free Playbook app to the Blackberry App World. Simply submit your app and point users to our free download link for soapgate Q! (no registration required for the personal edition). And don't forget that our Flex/Flash libraries are free and open source too. 

Note: the new licensing model, the free download link as well as the personal edition will be available from 1st March 2011. 

1 comment:

  1. For those that have not seen enough of the Playbook, we were able to do a 10 minutes hands-on at Lotusphere with RIM