Have plans on getting a new blackberry 10 device next year, this might be a deal breaker but Facebook says they have no plans on releasing Instagram for BB10. In an age were social networking is everything, sounds as if Facebook is snubbing RIM by not giving them an Instagram app. Sounds like another lost for RIM.
The snub may sound like a minor setback for RIM, which previously promised native versions of Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and LinkedIn applications for BlackBerry 10. Multiple reports also hint that BlackBerry 10 will have its own photo editor with filters.
But for RIM, getting application makers to build for the platform is arguably the single most important factor to determining whether consumers go back to (or discover) BlackBerry, especially if task management flow is all the platform has to set it apart from iOS and Android. The need for great apps is so important that RIM is offering payouts to app makers, and it even seeded 6,000 BlackBerry 10 prototypes with developers to get the app creation process going.