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Jobs In Motion App for BlackBerry & Android Helps You Find RIM Jobs


Jobs in Motion

I am not sure if this is an official RIM app but they did manage to get into App World. released a BlackBerry and Android app today called Jobs in Motion that helps you find a career at RIM. AllTheBananas is a UK job search engine so it could just be a local thing but the app is available in all countries.

You can find Jobs in Motion in App World and the Android Marketplace. Its interesting to see RIM reaching out to Android developers again since we know that is one leg of their strategy for QNX and its Android Player. Still I would be curious to see how much traction this gains RIM. :) Now if only they had the balls to simply call it RIM Jobs in Motion…

Thanks Terrence for sending this one in via BBCool

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Posted by the BerryReview Team for ©BerryReview, September 26, 2011, 5:26 pm. | Jobs In Motion App for BlackBerry & Android Helps You Find RIM Jobs | One comment |

Jobs In Motion App for BlackBerry & Android Helps You Find RIM Jobs
the BerryReview Team
Mon, 26 Sep 2011 21:26:22 GMT

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