This means real trouble for Blackberry. As the market grows its market share will shrink if it can't bring new users into the platform, if its market share shrinks then developers will be unlikely to target the platform for those big name or high demand apps that users actually want.
The same problem current affects Windows Phone, however both Microsoft and Nokia are plunging huge resources into assisting developers get new apps out. Against this the $10m that Blackberry has set aside to support developers looks very light.
With iOS and Android hoovering up 92% of the smartphone market worldwide there's little space for too many other competitors. Windows Phone is starting to see some growth and I suspect that Blackberry is now in a battle to the death with Microsoft for third platform status.
Looking at the current platforms and ecosystems you have to say it doesn't look like a battle that Blackberry can win...