RIM has announced plans to offer a software application suite that will allow select Windows Mobile 6 devices to use BlackBerry applications and services. The software will offer a virtual BlackBerry application experience, including support for BlackBerry email, phone, calendar, address book, tasks, memos, browser, instant messaging and other applications developed for the BlackBerry platform. Devices running the BlackBerry application suite will be able to connect to BlackBerry services via BlackBerry Enterprise Server as well as BlackBerry Internet Service. It promises to allow users to easily switch back and forth between the Windows Mobile applications and the BlackBerry application suite.
The BlackBerry Application Suite will be available later this year for select Windows Mobile 6 devices (which ones has not been specified yet) but only through RIM partners.