- BlackBerry Advertising Service, for developers to integrate advertising into applications while leveraging ad networks affiliated with RIM.
- BlackBerry Payment Service SDK Beta, for developers to build in-app payments into applications via a single set of APIs. This boosts monetization opportunities for developers, RIM said. Users, meanwhile, ca n conduct secure transactions for digital goods and services using a range of payment types within applications.
- Waiving of vendor fees for BlackBerry App World, making it easier to bring applications into the App World online application store. For a limited time, developers can submit applications for free.
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