BlackBerry World apps today cheaper because minimal cost drops
27 January 2013 4:41 GMT / By Jake Smith
RIM has announced a hot change to its BlackBerry World, delivering the lowest tier of app pricing from £1.00 to £0.75 before BlackBerry 10′s release later this month.
“The objective of the change is to guarantee costs are inside line with currency fluctuations plus confirm content inside BlackBerry World is competitive,” RIM detailed inside a website post.
Of course, programmers could nonetheless leave their apps priced at £1.00 when they thus select. “There is a delay of about 24 hours till the [new pricing] appears,” RIM warned.
The minimal pricing tier might differ from nation to nation, because France’s lowest tier is today €0.89.
The change aren’t limited to really BlackBerry 10 equipment, however all BlackBerry equipment accessible available. Currently the lower tier is just accessible for British Pound (GPB) plus Euro (EUR) currencies. Other currencies like the USD are expected to be announced shortly.
Earlier this week, RIM introduced the new BlackBerry World, earlier called BlackBerry App World.
The changes come simply inside time for the release of BlackBerry 10 about 25 January at numerous media occasions all over the world. Pocket-lint is inside attendance, delivering we the newest announcements.
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