BlackBerry maker hits back at reports that app makers are deserting the platform.
RIM's next-gen OS BlackBerry 10 reeks of false starts. It was forced to unceremoniously ditch the BBX name following a trademark battle, while the platform remains something of a myth due to continued delays.
And last week, Baird Equity Research stirred the pot by reporting developers are losing faith in BB10.
The negative press prompted RIM's head of developer relations Alec Saunders to slay the claims in a blog.
He says he was "shocked by the findings" because the numbers don't correlate with what RIM is seeing and hearing in the real world from its developer community.
"I have been receiving a lot of feedback from developers personally and I can tell you that I am hearing again and again that [almost 5,000] developers are amazed by how easy it is to work with the BlackBerry 10 tools," he said.
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