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.
The eBuddy application used to be known as e-Messenger and has been around since 2003. These days it’s readily available via the web or as an app for your favourite smartphone. It’s one of the easiest ways to chat with multiple networks of IM (Instant Messenger) friends from wherever you are. Today we’ll check out the Android version of eBuddy properly so you can really see whether it’s the app for you.
Back in January, Microsoft announced that it would be retiring its long-time Messenger service and replacing it with recently-acquired Skype on March 15th. However, users can now expect that the big change won’t even get started until April 8th.
The latest version of Viber (4.0) was recently released. But how I wished it looked like this.