Google Makes Several Changes, Ends Support For BlackBerry Sync

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The folks at Google are doing a spring cleaning and, as expected, there will be some changes happening (which doesn’t necessarily mean that everyone will be happy). BlackBerry users will definitely be sad to find out that Google is ending support for Google Sync for BlackBerry as of June 1, 2012. If you already have the app you will be able to use it but it won’t be available for download (so grab your copy while you can).

The Mountain View company is also shutting down the mobile web app for Google Talk; mobile users can use the Android app. There are also some changes for APIs: “adopting a one-year deprecation policy for certain APIs and removing the deprecation policy for others. Additionally, we are retiring some old APIs with limited usage. We have also updated the deprecation policy for all APIs to be much clearer and more concise”. To read more about what’s going to change, hit up the source link below.

Source: Google

Via: MobileBurn

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