AllThingsD has published some interesting results from a recent study, which was conducted among software developers. According to this study, which was conducted by Baird Equity Research, the developers’ interest in RIM’s new platform, which is expected to be released in the beginning of next year (after a series of delays) has dropped considerably in the last three months. To be exact, three months ago about 4,6% of the developers, who were asked said, that they were interested in BlackBerry 10 and now this number has gone down to just 3,8%.
The good news is that BlackBerry 10 is actually more popular among the developers than Adobe Flash, while version 7 of the OS is less popular than Adobe’s Flash/AIR. Than again the only mobile platforms, which are less popular than BB10 are webOS (which is a dead platform) and bada (which is plain unpopular). Developers have also became less interested in Windows Phone 7, but that’s only logical, considering the fact, that Windows Phone 8 is going to come out in just a matter of months. B. A.