Concept images of potential Facebook and Twitter apps designed for the upcoming BlackBerry operating system have emerged online.
The images give an impression of what the two biggest social networks might look like if incorporated into BB10.
Judging from the images, interfaces of each app look better on a large touchscreen than they do in their current BlackBerry incarnations, and a handy control feature that allows users to easily switch between their wall, photos etc has been added.
RIM has put a great deal of emphasis on the social networking capabilities of its devices in the past with BlackBerry Messenger being a major selling point for the company.
The Canadian manufacturer’s latest device, the Curve 9320, features a dedicated BBM button on the handset and comes with Facebook and Twitter apps pre-installed so it will be interesting to see if this focus continues when the BB10 operating system is made available to the public.