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BlackBerry WebWorks SDK gets updated, now lets you add in-app purchases and more

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By DJ Reyes on 14 Feb 2013 08:48 am EST

If you're a developer who uses WebWorks to code up your apps, you'll be pleased to hear that the WebWorks SDK has been updated. The main thing added to the update is support for the Payment Service, this means you can now add in-app purchases, one-time purchases and subscription-based services. If this is something you have been waiting for, then get your WebWorks SDK updated today.  

More options for integrating the BBM Social Platform have also made its way in the SDK update, specifically support for the Profile Box. This allows you to customize the box that pops-up in the BBM user's profile.

Definitely looks like an update you'll want to get, so get downloading now.

Download the latest WebWorks SDK from the Developer Zone

Source: BlackBerry Developer Blog 

1 comment


This is great news as my app was slated to use In-App purchases but I had to resort to straight up charging for it. Now I can list the app for free and have an upgrade fee