The Canadian mobile phone manufacturer, Research in Motion, is said to launch its own social networking service. The service will enable BlackBerry users to share opinions and on different software solutions or on BlackBerry in general.
According to reports the new social network will be dubbed MyBlackBerry where users will be able to create profiles and share opinions on apps and BlackBerry mobile experience.
Softpedia has learned that RIM plans to investigate the main problems that users experience with the company’s handsets and try to fix them. Moreover, RIM’s application store which includes over 2000 apps is hard to navigate and users do not frequently download software.
According to the same publication, the upcoming social network is expected to “look very much like a wiki or bulletin board, and less like traditional solutions of the kind.” Users will only be able to see information regarding the device they are using.
The MyBlackBerry social network already sounds confusing and might not have the effect the company wants it to have. The difficult the navigation is, the less people will spend hours trying to figure it out.