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Monday, October 21, 2013

BBM for iOS, Android Now Available for Download (UPDATE)



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Good news for iOS and Android users, as BlackBerry has just announced it has resumed the rollout of BlackBerry Messenger for both platforms.

According to BlackBerry, iOS users can now download the application for free via App Store, while Android users can get it via Google Play Store.

Keep in mind that BlackBerry will roll out both applications in stages, which means it will be released globally over the next few hours.

If you don't see BBM for Android on Google Play Store yet don't fret, as it will become available later on, if nothing bad happens.

BlackBerry also announced Samsung customers in Sub-Sahara Africa can download BBM today from the Samsung Apps store, while iPhone and other Android users in Africa will be able to download the app in three days’ time. 

We will keep you posted with the rollout of BBM for iOS and Android over the next few hours, so stay tuned for more updates.

Update: I've managed to download BBM for iOS via App Store, but I'm not able to use it yet due to high number of people that are trying to log onto the application. Check gallery for additional screenshots.

Update1: Once you download BBM for iOS and Android, open it and enter your email address, so that BlackBerry can inform you when you can start using BlackBerry Messenger.

Update2: BBM for Android is now available for download via Google Play Store.



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