Windows Phone and BlackBerry Struggle To Attract


Windows Phone and BlackBerry Mobiles struggle to attract the developers attention. It applies to only the users of cross-platform Appcelerator Titanium development entertainment, but it appears what Windows Phone 7 is facing an increasingly uphill battle for mobile mind-share. Only 29 percent of devs responded to the companys quarterly survey they were very interested in putting their waves on WP7, a fall of 7 points from last quarter and far less than market leaders Android and iOS. News is even worse for RIM, it saw a fall of 11 points in developers interest for BlackBerry, and now trails the folks from Redmond. The survey is based on only 2,760 developers using a particular product. As you see the charts, you can see the struggle of both WP7 and RIM.

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Amarnath Natarajan

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