I have a Z10 and finally now I can say the AppWorld has most of my necessary apps. Could be too
late for the Z10 but if enterprise keep buying Q10s they won't be disappointed. I have to admit when I first got the Z10 I thougt they learned from the playbook bad experience but they still launched the Z10 with a weak app portfolio and a #$%$ facebook, twitter and youtube apps...Whatsapp came late, viber was promised still didn't make it and no Netflix yet.
But now I'm impressed really, Facebook much better, twitter, Whatsapp great and soo many native and amazing apps =: LinkedIn, Foursquar, Ebay, kobo , Sportsnet, thescore, Box, Songza, slaker Radio, Nobex, Adobe, Cineplex, Skype, Evernote, Angry birds and sooo many beautiful native games and business apps.
Whether the company keeps its device and BB10 OS business, I have to say to everyone here the Z10 is an amazing phone that was never giving the proper merit and that's purely managment's mistake.
Heinz was in charge, he was responsible for launching it he's the one that hired all the Appworld, marketing and sales heads, I don't believe he deserves to get around $55 million in case of a sale for less 2 years as a CEO that's bull. For what???????
The BB10 OS with a good app ecosystem and good marketing had a chance but now unless a partner with major money like IBM or FB comes to rescue and pushes it forward it's gonna die.
Blackberry will sell that part and focus on enterprise and their network and will spin off BBM and maybe sell the patents. That's too bad they couldve been a huge player. On a positive note , trust me blackberry is here to stay they have soo many chips they havent used yet. There's no Dooms day in the horizon.
its not the phone and its not the child like apps..its the fact it says blackberry ...told you that for 2 years....the phone is fine..in fact the phone is great.....the fact is that apples operating system is just so easy and user friendly and even fun