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BBM On Andriod

BBM On Andriod

Yes!! Did i hear u say that??
 Some weeks ago,Research In Motion(RIM) Announced the release of BBM on andriod and iphone’s Platform…
This BBM ON ANDROID  issue i believe have lasted enough without any meaningful result…
 Some weeks a demo version was leaked which also had some criteria;
Blackberry Messenger Full Edition!!!For All Android Devices and also it is FREE!!!
BBM™ 7.0.1 now gives you the freedom to chat with your friends the way you want. Seamlessly switch from a BBM conversation to a BBM Voice chat and talk to your friends, virtually wherever they are in the world, for free over Wi-Fi. Stay in touch like never before with BlackBerry® Messenger.
New on the latest version of BBM:
•BBM Voice now available for BlackBerry OS 5 users – Talk or text, the choice is yours. BBM Voice connects you to friends in an instant, directly from a BBM chat screen. (BBM Voice might not be supported in all regions or device versions.)

•BlackBerry ID Integration (optional) – Simplifies OS and device upgrades. Device switches are as simple as entering your BlackBerry ID when you first open BBM, and your BBM profile, contacts and groups are instantly available on your new device.


1. Both users require BlackBerry OS 5 or higher, data plan and Wi-Fi connection for BBM Voice chat. Please check with your service provider for availability and restrictions.

2. If you haven’t associated your BBM contacts with a BlackBerry ID, please back up your contact list by displaying the menu within BlackBerry Messenger – Options – Back Up before downloading. (Available for users of BBM 5.0 and above).

3. Please ensure that you are using RIM or network approved BlackBerry® Device Software to avoid compatibility issues that may result in loss of the BBM icon. 4. After installing the new version of BBM, restart your device.

Additional information
September 21, 2013
Current Version
Requires Android
4.0 and up
Content Rating

Though the software teams at BlackBerry suggested they’d be beginning the roll-out of BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) as an app for Android and iOS starting this week, it would now appear that they’ve hit the proverbial pause button for both platforms. While it’s unclear at the moment if this cut in downloads and service to the chat app ecosystem for both Google and Apple’s mobile OS had anything to do with BlackBerry’s announcement of history-making losses for the quarter, it is clear that the results are thus: some people can use BBM today, others cannot.
Straight from Inside BlackBerry’s Luke Reimer comes word that some issues have arisen for both the Android and iOS versions of BBM. First, it would seem that the BBM app for Android was never officially released, but the BBM team saw a whopping 1.1 million active users in the first 8 hours of app release.The BBM user numbers BlackBerry speaks of here come from an unofficial “unreleased version of the BBM for Android app” which was posted online before it could hit Google Play. BlackBerry is being iffy on how this app saw the light of day, but are now addressing “issues” that appeared when this so-called “unreleased” version began to spread. Unlucky you, Android users: BlackBerry has begun disabling this first app – no matter how legitimate it may seem – and the real version’s release date is again in flux.

And the iOS version of BBM? There’ve been some oddities in that release as well. Though some users in places like the iTunes app store for New Zealand were able to download the real-deal iOS version of BBM for iPhone, downloads have been stopped worldwide. The good news for iOS users that did access this app early is that they’ll be able to continue using it (for the time being).

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  1. please,dey shld bring it down to gingerbread os

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