The release date of the much famed messenger, BBM of Blackberry, is still not confirmed but it is rumored that the application is in beta-testing for Android OS. The Canadian business smartphone giant, BlackBerry, confirmed that Android and iOS version of BBM was soon to released for free.
The BBM application will be available for iOS 6 and Andriod 4.0 and higher.
BBM for iOS and Android will allow users to chat, like Whatsapp, WeChat, or any other messaging app, and also challenges Apple’s iMessage. So it still awaits its fate on whether it will be allowed on Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store.
The BlackBerry messenger allows users to allow users to chat one-to-one and group chats, send photos and send voice messages. Blackberry emailed its Beta Zone members and invited them to test out the application for Android Operating System. The beta test information was sent to Engadget which detailed that internal testing for the beta program was already full.
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BlackBerry has started the internal testing of BlackBerry Messenger on Android and iOS devices. We have invited our employees to nominate friends and family to participate in a limited Android beta. Those slots are now full.For more information, please visit www.blackberry.com/bbm.