How hard to port Android apps to BlackBerry 10?
StillADotcommer 1 year ago
How difficult would it be to port an existing Android app to BlackBerry 10? It seems like the BlackBerry Market, er BlackBerry World rather, could be easier for a developer to get traction in than it is on Google Play considering the much smaller number of applications available in BlackBerry World. On the other hand, if there is much additional development cost in time and money, the smaller install base might not make it worthwhile.
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