BlackBerry has updatedthe BBM app for Android and iPhone with new Find Friends feature that lets you add people you know who are using BBM. This detects which contacts in your smartphone’s contact list are already using BBM, so that you quickly send then an invite. Continue reading “BBM for Android and iPhone gets Find Friends feature”
It’s back. The BlackBerry Messenger, fondly known as BBM faced some intense server loads thanks to a pre-release leak on Android, which forced the company to postpone the much awaited launch. After a long wait, it looks like the company is finally up to speed and ready to launch on both iOS and Android today, resuming where it left off on iOS and completely starting afresh on Android. According to the official blog, you should be hopefully seeing the BBM app popup on the App Store, Google Play and the Samsung Apps Store any time in the next few hours. We’ll posting the links here once it goes live. Meanwhile you can check how it looks in an iPhone, in our hands on post that we did earlier.
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Continue reading “BBM to resume roll out to iPhone and Android today but new users will be on a waiting list”
BlackBerry Messenger for Android was supposed to go live last week, but the launch was paused after the issues caused by leaked the Android APK. BlackBerry announced a couple of days back that they have paused the roll out since the leaked APK brought 1.1 million active users in the first 8 hours, even before the official release that created several issues when they were about to release these apps officially. We even tried out BBM for iPhone that went live briefly on Saturday in the New Zealand app store. Later it was pulled. Continue reading “BBM for Android and iPhone not coming this week, says BBM head”
BlackBerry Messenger for Android was supposed to go live yesterday, but it didn’t happen. BBM for iPhone went live briefly, but now the app has been pulled from the app store. BlackBerry has announced just now that they have paused the roll out of the Android due to issues caused by leaked the Android APK. Continue reading “BBM for Android and iPhone global roll-out paused due to issues caused by leaked Android app”
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”
Yesterday, BlackBerry announced their big Z30 and we brought you news that BBM will be available for Android and iOS very soon. After months of waiting, BBM will be finally available as a cross-platform service starting this week. BlackBerry have officially announced that BBM is be coming to Android on September 21st and to iOS on September 22nd.
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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.
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