One of the ways Blackberry has managed to stay relevant has been the cr0ss-platform release of BBM (Blackberry Messenger). That being said, a more accurate description would be the release of their messenger program for the mobile OS duopoly know as Android/iOS. Suffice to say, if you’re using a Windows Phone device (think HTC, Nokia) or have an interest in the New Nokia X you might not have felt the love for quite some time. Blackberry has recently made changes to the app, allowing it to be used on older Android devices. Now, Windows Phone user can get in on the action as well!
Hitting the stage at Mobile World Congress to announce the latest happenings from Nokia, Stephen Elop confirmed that BBM will be coming to Lumia devices, joining Android and iOS users who recently saw the messaging service arrive on their platforms.
“BBM continues to grow in popularity…
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