BlackBerry Messenger will reportedly launch on September 19. Despite the confusion created by a misinterpreted tweet from Samsung, the app won’t be available exclusively to Android devices.
A new app has arrived to Google Play under the name “Blackberry Messenger BBM”. Don’t let the name fool you, it appears to yet another fake BBM app. Keep reading to learn more!
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Perhaps Blackberry’s most popular feature of all time was its BBM platform and we knew it was coming to Android. Now, a beta tester will show it to you.
Some very basic user manuals for BBM were on the Blackberry website, then promptly removed. According to several sources who laid eyes on the manuals, the directions were a simple “how to” guide for getting up and running with BBM.
BlackBerry has just decided to form a special committee in order to “explore strategic alternatives” for its survival, according to a new press release.
Blackberry Messenger will be making its way to Android this summer, but isn’t it a little too late to bring this aging app to a platform with plenty of decent alternatives?
BlackBerry Messenger for Android is finally coming, the company has announced, with the release date set for this summer.