Well, what do we have here? More evidence that RIM is hard at work on getting Android apps on their BlackBerry hardware? According to analytics data compiled by popular Android application ShopSavvy, that is just the case. Their data shows that a total of three separate BlackBerry devices accessed their servers while running the Android version of their app. Those devices are as follows:
- BlackBerry 8300 on January 31, 2011
- BlackBerry 8600 on January 17 and 24, 2011
- BlackBerry 8520 on February 7, 2011
Even more interesting is that all the devices above can be tracked down to Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. THis is significant because this is where RIM is headquartered, further evidence that this app portability is a project RIM is working on in-house for a future deployment on their BlackBerry platform. Things could get very interesting in the near future.