At the beginning of this week we reported about screenshots showing BlackBerry Messenger on Android floating around the internet, well it appears that more photographs have surfaced again, and this time from a different source, which hints at more than one Android device having the BBM app. Now there’s no telling if these screens were faked, or it’s a fake app that’s been making its rounds, but what we do know is that they do look pretty convincing, and we wouldn’t be surprised if BBM did really arrive on Android. After all, it’s already been talked about much earlier this year.
This time around the BBM app has been shown off on a developer’s Android device and we get to see images of the icon again, and the BBM main screen where you get to select the people or groups you would like to message. What do you think of BBM for Android, and do you think that these screenshots are of the real deal? Sound off in the comments below with your opinion. More photos at the source link.
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