02-08-2013 08:53 AM
Has anyone tried installing TD Canada trust banking application on Z10? I tried several times but it keeps saying "Unavailable for this device". I phoned TD and they say it has nothing to do with them, but with Telus, Telus says nothing to do with them but with Blackberry.........And I cannot reach anyone from BB to give me an answer. Thanks
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02-09-2013 06:31 AM
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02-10-2013 08:55 AM
Totally frustrating I know.....but we have to be patient. If BlackBerry doesn't get a good app selection in the next month or two, then yeah, we should all have some serious frustrations to vent but keep in mind from the developers point of view......RIM was almost underwater and they needed a slam dunk with this device. From what I hear, Rogers had a record-breaking activation day and I for one, LOVE this device! But if I were a developer, I would have waiting to invest money in developing apps until I felt out the demand for the platform too. It just makes business sense. It sucks for us who are loyal to the brand we love but I guess the task now is to be patient.
We have a slam-dunk device and platform......now we just need to give a bit of time for the developers to catch up. With the right marketing and provided that the apps catch up in the next couple of months, I think Blackberry is going to make the comeback it so deserves! It's lame for the consumer to have to be the one to wait and yeah, I'm going nuts without my stock faves (Zite, TD, OCTranspo, Instagram, Slacker, DI Radio, Mint, Flipboard, Livestrong and Pulse) as I was running an Android alongside my work BB but I have faith in Blackberry to pull through this one. Canadian companies don't go down that easy!!!
02-12-2013 10:30 AM
Where is the interest of upgrading our phone with the last blackberry and having less apps. BB have to explain to me
Imagine your computer with Windows XP gets broken. You buy a brand new Windows 8 computer, but unfortunately several of the apps you use everyday do not work on Windows 8 (either you can't install them, or you can install them but they do not work properly).
Do you blame Microsoft, or do you contact the developer of those apps?
02-12-2013 11:27 AM
Ok, I understand your point, but when I buy this phone (suppose to be better than all other BB), I am looking forward to have at least the same apps that I add on my bold before. so don't put it on a market before you can propose at least the same apps.
02-12-2013 11:42 AM
02-12-2013 11:53 AM
because you're French i will respond to you in French. c'est le probleme du monde dans lequel nous vivons, monde de consommation. Moi je prefere que l'on me vende quelque chose de fini et qui va me satisfaire, au lieu de me faire depenser de l'argent et de me demander d'attendre pour que tout soit parfait. For example if I buy a car, they not gonna sell it without tires or motor because they haven't had time to finish it properly. I love my Z10 but I was expecting more concerning the apps world (banking, no skype, no netflix.......). If they want to fight with apple and samsung you have to do better than that. but this is just my opinion.
02-12-2013 12:15 PM