This is just a little reminder for anyone interested in learning more about how the Amazon Appstore and apps will work on BlackBerry 10. BlackBerry will be hosting their Amazon Developer Expert Q&A on September 4, 2014 3:00:00 PM ADT. This is a follow up to the previous webinar held, which can be listened to here if you missed it and aims to address any challenges or questions developers may have had with bringing their BlackBerry app to the Amazon Appstore.
Did you have any challenges bringing your BlackBerry app to Amazon? We want to help you get them resolved and your app into the store. Attend this webcast to have all of your questions about the Amazon Appstore and Amazon Developer Program answered by the experts.
I think this one will be particularly interesting and worth a look simply based on some of the questions asked on the previous webcast that, as I understand it, will be answered this time around. Which questions? Well, topics on interest among those in attendance were: Many apps will install just fine, and run - but not with the full functionality as described. Will there be some eased up refund policy? How will apps that ask users to use widgets that aren't available on BlackBerry 10 be handled?
That's just a few examples of questions raised that will hopefully be further clarified on the upcoming webinar and they're questions I've had myself so, if you've not yet registered but want to know more then you can head on over to the registration page and get yourself signed up and tune in when the sessions go live.
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