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BGR has reported that RIM (Research In Motion) will launch its BlackBerry Messenger app and service for Android and iOS such as iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices soon. The source also claims that the RIM’s BBM will be launched for iOS devices including iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch too along with one for Android.

As far as what Android and iOS users can look forward to, we’ve been told RIM will offer stripped down versions of the BBM experience BlackBerry owners know and love. That way, Android and iOS users can communicate with practically anyone who has a smartphone using BBM, but they might not be able to share photos, location, or videos (when RIM crosses that bridge). Users who want the full BlackBerry Messenger experience will still need a BlackBerry smartphone to get it. At the same time, RIM could own the entire messaging app category on every major smartphone OS platform and could potentially draw new users in because it has given them a taste of what BlackBerry Messenger is all about.

RIM considering to launch the product on Android earlier than iOS as they are all set with it, but still no word by the sources on its release date. However, the company’s big eye is definitely on the iOS platform.

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  On March 4, 2011(3 years, 1 month ago.)
  • Lilzad012

    after reading the actual source myself what give you the impression that “the company’s big eye is definitely on the iOS platform.” ??

  • Anonymous

    RIM has better things to do than releasing a cross-platform BBM!

  • Qwew

    bullshit

  • Jim Morrison

    Yeh its true, I have just been speaking to Jason Williams (Vice CEO) at Blackberry

  • ibn_ngulde2011

    IOS does not need RIM

  • MeekDaGeek

    Any update on this story? It is now March 7, 2012 and it looks like nothing has changed.


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