BlackBerry has managed to court LG into pre-installing BlackBerry Messenger on its smartphones.
BlackBerry Messenger seems to have some life left in it yet, as BlackBerry has revealed that over 20 million new users were added to BBM after it was launched on Android and iPhone.
BlackBerry has been accused of “astroturfing”, or artificially jacking up its reputation through fake reviews. But BlackBerry is quick to deny involvement.
BlackBerry has announced that BBM for Android and iPhone will start rolling out in a few hours.
BlackBerry has announced that the BBM app for Android and iPhone won’t be relaunched this week, as the company works on resolving issues the leaked Android version of the app caused over the weekend.
After months of speculation and rumors, the release date of BBM for Android and iOS has been confirmed by the company itself.
The BlackBerry Messenger app for Android and iPhone might be releasing on the respective app stores this Friday, September 20, according to the latest rumor.
Well, it looks like while everyone was busy speculating about when BlackBerry Messenger would make its cross-platform launch, the iPhone app was already submitted to the App Store for review two weeks ago.
The BlackBerry Messenger app for Android has been demoed on video, giving hope to the few still interested in the messaging platform that the official release is inching closer and closer.
Recent leaks have suggested that Android and iPhone users will be able to use BlackBerry Messenger very soon, and a brief appearance of the app’s landing page further confirms its imminent arrival.
User guides of BlackBerry Messenger for Android and iOS have shown up online, hinting that the cross-platform launch of BlackBerry messaging service could happen pretty soon.
Samsung has announced that the upcoming BlackBerry Messenger app for Android will be made available to owners of the company’s Galaxy devices across Africa, though its Samsung Apps app store.
Screenshots of BlackBerry Messenger running on an Android device have leaked, and BlackBerry has started inviting users to test out a beta version of the app. Are we getting closer to the day when we no longer need a BlackBerry to use BBM?
With Blackberry already having announced their legendary Messenger app for Android and iOS platforms last month, the company has finally let out a release date. Get ready to chat on BBM for the first time using a non-Blackberry device, Blackberry Messenger lands on Android and iOS on June 27. A month has passed since the Canadian company,