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9-21-2010 @ 3:44PM
Kind of disappointing that blizzard all these cool features for iphone/Android Users, yet blackberry users are neglected, I have a blackberry through work and yet Im restricted to using the armory via the website, I have yet to see anything from a blizzard employee about a app for Blackberry's. My phone isnt even supported for the mobile Authenticator (Blackberry Bold 9700)
9-21-2010 @ 3:54PM
Don't be disappointed in Blizzard, direct your disdain at RIM.The BBerries are business devices and are pointed squarely at that market. Their app support and implementation is abysmal at best, even with the 6.0 OS.It's like trying to run S.T.A.L.K.E.R. on a business class machine. It'll do it, but it won't be pretty, because that's not it was designed for.
9-21-2010 @ 3:56PM
Blizzard simply thinks your phone is a waste of development resources. They won't make enough profit for the investment. Ugly truth, but it's the same reason why you won't find super high speed internet available in the middle of a Kansas cornfield.
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