Blackberry For Android

It’s Coming! Blackberry Releases
User Guides For BBM For Android
and iOS
The long-awaited arrival of Blackberry
Messenger seems to be finally here, as
Blackberry accidentally released the user guides
for BBM for iOS and Android.
Techcrunch reports that for previous BBM users
from BlackBerry, most of these details are
familiar. The apps are designed to allow for real-
time communication between contacts and
groups, the guides explain, letting users share
pictures and messages, including broadcast
messages, multi-person chats, and group chats.
Users will also be able to create BBM Groups,
where they can plan events, track to-do’s, share
photos, and chat with up to 30 people at a time,
without the need to add everyone as BBM
contacts.
BBM will work over both cellular and Wi-Fi, the
latter option which is meant to help avoid data
charges when traveling.
Each user can establish their own BBM profile,
where they can choose a display picture, name,
and status that their contacts will see, and they’ll
also have a unique BBM PIN which they can
access by tapping “Show Barcode.”
This is a major move for the struggling company,
as BBM has for a long time been one of
Blackberry, and the BB10′s, strongest features. At
launch, Heins had said that only messaging and
group features will be available, but promised
that the rest of BBM will eventually make its way
to the Android and iOS versions including screen
sharing, BBM voice, and the newer BBM
channels.

Team Napres 2013

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