All right, so the big news for this evening when it comes to BlackBerry is not that the company has found a suitable suitor to take over, but rather, that BBM for iOS as well as BBM for Android are now available. Have you already downloaded BBM onto your handset? For those who do not have the time to figure things out on your own, how about a “How To” video to get things going? This is exactly what the video above depicts, where it will offer step-by-step instructions on how to set-up and create a group, in addition to knowing just when a message you have sent has been read, apart from how to set up a multi-person chat, how to set up a contacts list using PINs and how to share pictures, amongst others.
Both BBM for iOS and BBM for Android have been delayed for approximately a month, and they are now listed in their respective app stores, which brings another adage to mind – better late than never! Not only that, BlackBerry also figured out that one would appreciate a way to receive the app by heading over to BBM.com using the browser on your handset, and to wait in line after leaving your email address, although there has been a way to skip it.
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- 2014-03-28: BlackBerry Could Consider Bringing BBM To Desktops