When BlackBerry announced that it is making its popular messaging service, BBM, into a cross platform service, the entire tech industry erupted in euphoria. And when BlackBerry finally released their BBM Chat for Android, there was so much rush that a lot of people had to wait to try out BBM and that indicated a clear interest of the crowd in BBM.
BBM for iPhone is here! Yes, for real. Here are some screenshots of BBM or BlackBerry Messenger running on an Apple iPhone 5 with iOS7. BlackBerry announced few months back that it was bringing the BlackBerry Messenger service to iOS and Android and has kept its promise. The app is a free 30MB download which has gone live on the New Zealand iTunes app store as of now. It would be going live on the Indian App Store later today and will be available worldwide. You can either use your existing BlackBerryID (If you were using a BlackBerry device in the past) or create a new one. You need to verify the associated email account to get things working. Continue reading “BBM for iPhone Screenshots”
Blackberry just announced their first 5inch phablet, Z30, in an event today at Malaysia which was a surprise because many of us were expecting the multi-platform launch of BlackBerry’s very popular BBM messaging service. However, there is still hope for BBM to be unveiled pretty soon as BlackBerry is rumored to have an event tomorrow(September 19th) at Jakarta in Indonesia.