V-Soft, Inc. Mobile Application Developers ready for BlackBerry 10

San Jose, CA March 19, 2013:

V-Soft, Inc., a Silicon Valley based Mobile Application Development Services provider recently announced that it had started customer development work on the latest BlackBerry OS, BB10.

With the release of the Blackberry 10 in late January 2013, the V-Soft team of BlackBerry mobile application developers immediately began studying the new OS with a goal to make existing mobile applications work on the new BlackBerry 10 operating system.  Manish Sharma, Vice President of Operations at V-Soft, stated, “When BB10 was released to the development community, it was widely believed that many existing Android mobile applications would work directly on Blackberry 10 devices.  We discovered this statement was by and large true; however, some higher end Android applications do not transition seamlessly on the new BB10 platform and require further development.”  The V-Soft BlackBerry team has come up with solutions that require minimum code changes in these high-end Android apps so they can be easily ported onto the BB10 operating system.  Mr. Sharma continued, “We are pleased to offer the services of our expert BlackBerry mobile development team to customers who are interested in developing new applications or porting their existing Android apps to BB 10.”

To learn more about V-Soft Blackberry mobile application development services please visit us at www.v-softinc.com  or call us at +1 (408) 342-1700.

About V-Soft, Inc.

V-Soft, Inc. (www.v-softinc.com) is a Silicon Valley based provider of Product and Mobile Development Services across a wide range of technology platforms.  V-Soft developers have significant experience in best-in-class methodologies for software and hardware product definition, design, development, quality assurance, implementation, and post deployment support.  V-Soft has immense expertise in the mobile application development for all major platforms such as Android, iOS, Windows, JavaME, BlackBerry, and Symbian.