BlackBerry is the oldest but not necessarily the most mature. Over the past few years BlackBerry has been struggling to keep its dominance in the mobile device world, and in doing so has changed the hardware and development platforms in which applications can be created. This has created fragmentation of the BlackBerry platform, and has caused new mobile developers a great deal of grief when researching what languages and tools to use when creating a native BlackBerry application.
Why is one of the largest disadvantages of targeting a lower OS version the lack of features from future versions?
When it comes to devices, why are screen resolutions often one of the most frustrating issues in regards to mobile app development?
Why are apps aimed at state government or education great fits for BlackBerry mobile apps?