pjsip for BlackBerry PlayBook: Native SIP client may be closer than you think

One of the most frequently ask questions we got is: does pjsip support BlackBerry? Are there plans to do so?

We always answered no, because the current BlackBerry devices only supports Java and even then there seem to be lack of multimedia access (essential for audio/video capture and playback) and direct socket access (for media streaming).

Recently however, with the BlackBerry Playbook using a different operating system, they have also announced that native C/C++ development kit will be available later this year.

So, maybe it will be not long now until we can answer ‘Yes’. Well, at least it can run on the BlackBerry PlayBook, if not all their smartphones.

2 Responses to “pjsip for BlackBerry PlayBook: Native SIP client may be closer than you think”

  1. 1 Airtel BlackBerry 9 August 2011 at 8:04

    i’m looking forward to a “yes”!

  2. 2 Atik 11 August 2011 at 9:24

    Also “Yes” for Samsung Bada.. finally VoIP Apps allow on their MarketPlace[1], and Bada API is in C++[2]

    [1] http://www.joernesdohr.com/bada/bada-voip-applications-finally-allowed/
    [2] http://developer.bada.com/library/help.do?menu=MC01310900

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