Any word on bring your great app over to Blackberry 10?
Thanks for letting us know that this is a platform you’d like to see Rdio support. While I can't comment on our future plans for supporting specific platforms, we’re definitely keeping track of your interest.
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Kevin Ebaugh | http://rd.io/people/kev
I'd like to second this request. I'd love to see RDIO on BlackBerry 10 and I know RIM is offering a ton of resources to help developers bring their apps onto the platform.
Adding my name to the mix. As a paying family subscriber I need BB10 support
+1 subscriber when your BlackBerry 10 app hits BlackBerry World.
Without access to the Rdio app on BB10, I can't see myself continuing to subscribe.
Rdio IS the music in my pocket on my Bold.
I wish the BB10 Rdio app.
Sorry, but if you don't wish to program a native aplication, (I think it will be the best, but for beggining), made the android app conversion, optimizing a little for the BB10, but you don't need to made a lot of work, and after that, if you consider important to made a Native App, made it, but at least the user can have an application.
I'd happily support this is as well.
Lets just start by me letting you know that the only reason I have canceled my Unlimited family subscription because of the lack of support for BB10 and Playbook.
However when I canceled my PAID subscription I expected that all of my included services would be avaliable until the end of the term I bought and paid for.
P.s I will miss rdio please let me know when you plan to stop discriminating againts Blackberry users and I will gladly come back until then please allow my to use the service I currently have paid for.
Thank you. Jake Fehr 403-350-5409 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Unlimited Family Plan (+1) subscription expired on 4/24/2013.
I would also like the app for bb10. Until i get it, I am cancelling my subscription as the only reason I have it is for mobile use on my phone. As almost everyone with a bb is switching to 10's because of incentives from Blackberry, (my entire company has switched) it makes sense for you to create an app for this phone. Even having you say you are working on it even if you can't say when it will be complete would be better than the general 'canned' comments your company is putting out.
I just cancelled my 2 rdio accounts and signed up for a deezer account instead. Although I love rdio and have been recommending it for a long time, I find it ridiculous that Rdio won't even say if they will ever introduce an app for Q10. Disappointed and angry.
Rdio can now be sideloaded using a new technique (see: http://forums.crackberry.com/android-app-sideloading-f279/tutorial-run-any-android-2-3-3-app-blackberry10-817781/). Although I already cancelled my account (and won't go back to Rdio anymore, even with an app), I did successfully load the application and others have confirmed its working. To me, this just demonstrates how easy it would be to port their application over (contrary to what Rdio has been saying - if non-developers can easily do it, certainly Rdio's developers could). Read another report today suggesting BB10 is capturing 26% of all new smartphone sales in Canada, and 20% in the UK. Big big middle finger from a Company I used to promote. I feel let down and I won't be coming back. Deezer has my business now.
BB10 would be nice. I'm stuck using Slacker until you do so.
Add me to the list of people that is no longer supporting rdio due to no app for BB 10.