BlackBerry announced on Monday at its 2013 BlackBerry Live keynote address that it will finally be releasing it Blackberry Messenger (BBM) for iPhone and Android over the summer. Up until now, the popular BBM service has been exclusively available only on BlackBerry-branded phones. The existing app allows users to bypass calling, text-message and data charges by communicating using text, photos, videos, and voice on WiFi, similar to other popular apps such as iMessage and WhatsApp.
Popular BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service will be coming to iOS and Android this weekend. Android users will get the new app on Saturday evening EDT, with iOS users following at midnight in their local time.
The latest version of Viber (4.0) was recently released. But how I wished it looked like this.
Facebook bought WhatsApp. Now that we’re over the shock of that news, are you worried about your data privacy?