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Now test those BlackBerry applications with DeviceAnywhere

DeviceAnywhere, the fantastic service which lets developers test out their applications across hundreds of applications has now teamed up with Research In Motion (RIM) to enable the developers to test their applications for their Blackberry phones.

Today, companies like Apple are making mammoth profits through their application store for their phones and Google too has joined the race. It only makes sense for RIM to give the best to the developer community.

We’ve already talked about DeviceAnywhere in the past and even spoke to them at CTIA.

3 replies on “Now test those BlackBerry applications with DeviceAnywhere”

I signed up for a nice 10 hour / 7 day trial yesterday and I've been thoroughly impressed. The service does far more than I need and is out of my price range for a personal non-profit project.

I'm personally after something more like a mobile version of browsershots.org (i.e. just to see a website on different mobiles).

I signed up for a nice 10 hour / 7 day trial yesterday and I've been thoroughly impressed. The service does far more than I need and is out of my price range for a personal non-profit project.

I'm personally after something more like a mobile version of browsershots.org (i.e. just to see a website on different mobiles).

I signed up for a nice 10 hour / 7 day trial yesterday and I've been thoroughly impressed. The service does far more than I need and is out of my price range for a personal non-profit project.

I'm personally after something more like a mobile version of browsershots.org (i.e. just to see a website on different mobiles).

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