If you’re a developer for Blackberry PlayBook tablet platform, develop and submit the applications to Blackberry App World quick, as registered developers who submit a qualifying BlackBerry PlayBook app that is accepted into BlackBerry App World prior to the initial product launch in North America (scheduled by February 2011) will receive a free BlackBerry PlayBook.

RIM is now accepting BlackBerry PlayBook apps submission into the BlackBerry App World store though vendor portal. Developers can submit multiple BlackBerry PlayBook tablet apps into BlackBerry App World, but each BlackBerry App World vendor will only qualify for one free BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.

Here’s the steps that developers required to take in order to qualify for the free BlackBerry PlayBook:

  1. Develop and test your application – View BlackBerry Tablet OS development resources
  2. Register for BlackBerry App World
  3. Log in to the BlackBerry App World vendor portal and submit your app to BlackBerry App World.

The BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK has been updated to include support for Adobe Flash Builder 4.5, Linux, and Windows 64-bit. The SDK has support for Adobe AIR as well, allowing the Adobe Air apps to be easily re-compiled and ported to BlackBerry tablet platform.

The free BlackBerry PlayBook for developers offer valid from 12:01 a.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) on December 7, 2010 to 11:59 p.m. ET on February 1, 2011, though the offer may be extended is the general availability of the gadget device is delayed. More information can be found at blackberry.com.