I know many of you have been looking high and low for this, and finally, thanks to Cobalt, we can use Google Play now, albeit unofficially. There is no promises that this might keep working, but this works right now! So check it out! Continue reading
Category Archives: Developers
BlackBerry United: A BlackBerryElite Member needs your help!
You might not know the name Morten Lindstrom but if you look carefully through a lot of BlackBerry webinars, developer documentation and various other parts of BlackBerry related content, you’re sure to find his name. Morten is part of the BlackBerry community, especially the developer community being a BlackBerry Elite member. He gives up a lot of his time to help others but this time around Morten needs some help from #TeamBlackBerry. Continue reading
Does Psychological Pricing Actually Work?
Its been 2 months since we last had the developer’s tips, and we are back again! Today, we take a look at psychological pricing for applications, but wait, what is that exactly? Psychological Pricing is a pricing/marketing strategy based on the theory that certain prices have a psychological impact. Continue reading
What Is The Best Way To Monetize An App?
Writing an application is without doubt, difficult. Sometimes, charging for an application is not the best way to garner popularity, especially for a new app or for a new developer. Yet, giving it free may not entirely justify the cost or time used to create it, so what is the best way to monetize the application? Continue reading
The Consumer’s Path to Purchase: What Are The Judgemental Cues?
Many applications, are similar, in their nature. So what attracts users to one application over the other application? In the second part of the consumer’s consideration, we take a look at the next 3 reasons. Continue reading
The Consumer’s Path to Purchase: Why One Application Over Another?
Many applications, are similar, in their nature. So what attracts users to one application over the other application? In the first part of the consumer’s consideration, we take a look at the first 3 reasons. Continue reading
How Much Do Reviews Matter?
Following the definition of the different shoppers, let’s take a look at one of the biggest reason a user might get an application. Reviews. Having a product, or application reviewed is highly important as it allows the users to have a insight or an idea of exactly how it works or what it does. It allows users to make an informed decision of your offerings over that of the competition. Continue reading
Difference Between Windows And Intended Shoppers
Singaporean chinese are more likely to be a intended shopper rather than a Window shopper. What does this mean or rather what is the difference? BlackBerry has come up with a nice little infographic for this matter. Continue reading