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06-18-2011 11:37 AM
I've seen less of a blinkered view on the 4:40 at Epsom
Either way (or is that each way), the application I want to access is Silverlight hosted, not Flash or Java.
Blackberry and third party applications brings ostrich and sand to mind.
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07-27-2011 12:42 PM
A lot of time has passed since this thread has started. Granted that Flash is larger and more popular than the Silverlight. However, When Android, IPhone, IPad, and Windows Phone 7 all have silverlight, flash and html 5, plus many of us use applications and websites that only have a sliverlight option like Hudl, the premiere high school and college athletic game footage company. By making limited chooses available, you are limiting potential buyer. I am not going to own two tablets, my first choice is the playbook, but having to watch game footage as a coach on the road, I am not going to own two tablets. Lack of market share equals lack of quality apps, lack of quality apps means lace of sales. 500,000 sales in a quarter vs. millions in a quarter? How long can a device survive? Limited appeal means limited sales.
Personally I am giving Rim until September to deliver and the promise of releasing a native email, calendaring, task application and BBM as promised "This summer" for the playbook, a hint at supporting silverlight and news of other improvements or it is time to forget about Playbook and move on to a tablet that will do what I need it to do instead of limited and narrow minded insight. This applies to anyother blackberry device including getting rid of my storm and storm 2 phones.
07-27-2011 12:53 PM
And to show how your market market ignorance and bias is places, flash is not supported on the ipad at all. You have to install a third party browser like Skyfire on the ipad to get any flash support. OK, now lets see. What are Blackberry Playbook and Android Tablets sales figures vs. iPad for the last quarter? Where is Blackberry's market share and which way is it going?
Like I said in an earlier reply, I would love to own an Playbook and not an android or ipad device, however, market conditions and playbook not being ready for prime time is forcing me to look at the other two options.