Among the many differences between Android and BlackBerry is their respective marketplaces. I’m not just talking volume of apps, a category we know that Android dominates. Rather, this concerns the ease of updating. Both platforms push you notices when there are updates available, but Android makes the updating process easier. That is, when you have multiple updates there’s an easy Update All button. Yes, you can do this if you connect your phone to your computer, and you can do it via App World desktop — that is, if you run Windows and visit through Internet Explorer. A real OTA update all option would be wonderful. It might be closer than you think. As The Berry Fix reports, Tyler Lessard, VP of global alliances and developer relations at RIM, mentioned just such a function at MobileMonday. That certainly will be a welcome addition. Right now I’m always reluctant to update apps, because there’s usually more than one. That is, updating single apps is not exactly a fluid process. As BlackBerry Cool says, “App World still cripples your device when you update an application.” Yes, but I’d rather press one button and have it crippled while it updates all of my apps, rather than have a crippled device while I update one, then have it crippled again after I click another. Unfortunately, we have no further details on this. But, since BlackBerry World is right around the corner, maybe we’ll get more information by then.