09-23-2011 12:43 PM
This is already killing me...
Two new phones added - 9380, 9790, both are in group "other" at the bottom (All possible devices at the moment are 59)
To adjust the phone support: for every app go to View Release (eye-like button), Edit Release, tab Add Release Version, scroll down, edit Device Support, select all appropriate checkboxes
10-17-2011 04:22 AM
Another two new phones added to portal - 9380, 9790
But... hold your breath... both are automatically added to all releases of all apps!
Wow, it's about time to have this feature
10-17-2011 08:29 AM
The "device support" section is not changed, it shows 59devices before and now.
I'm having serious problem with the 9790 simulator.
10-27-2011 11:06 AM
Click, click, BlackBerry Porshe is here! (Bold 9981). Already in the vendor portal I mean.
Here more info about it
04-01-2012 11:34 AM
BlackBerry 9220 is added in the Curve 3G section of supported devices, of course by default unchecked. I prefer to wait for the 9230 model to be added as well, I don't want to click through 40 apps twice
06-02-2012 10:12 AM
Just to keep the summary in the topic:
You can now upload a vendor logo that displays beside your vendor information
on the BlackBerry App World storefront.
New fields to specify tax information
Additional fields were added to the payment information tab allow you to
specify tax identification or registration information for the United States,
Canada, and Europe.
Try & Buy license type deprecated
You can no longer select the Try & Buy license type for new products that you
want to make available on BlackBerry App World.
If you have an existing Try & Buy product available on BlackBerry App World,
you can continue to submit new releases that use the Try & Buy license type,
but you cannot submit a new release that uses the Try & Buy license type and
also supports BlackBerry 10 or later or the BlackBerry PlayBook OS.
Cannot change license type for products after adding a release
After you add a release for a product, you cannot change the license type,
regardless of the status of the release or the product. To change the license
type of an approved product, you must make the product unavailable on
BlackBerry App World and submit it again as a new product with a different
Which means that you cannot change app from free to paid and from paid to free.
Restriction for products with the same name
If you add a product that has the same name as one or more products that you
added previously, you can only make one of the products available for sale on
BlackBerry App World.
And a minor:
When submitting a release the Platform OS are renamed to: BBOS and QNX