Both applications received a few visual changes and improvements
With less than three weeks left until the official BlackBerry 10 announcement, Research In Motion (RIM) confirmed 15,000 apps for the new operating system have been submitted in less than two days.At least two of these native apps for BlackBerry 10, Twitter and Google Talk have been recently caught on camera and will be available for download via BlackBerry World.
The folks over at BB10Believe have just published a set of screenshots taken off Twitter and Google Talk native apps for BlackBerry 10.
The applications have been slightly redesigned to offer a smoother user experience and improved performance.
Neither of these apps is browser-based so RIM fans who are anxiously waiting for the first BlackBerry 10 devices to come out are likely to enjoy these even more. For more screenshots, check out the original thread.