BlackBerry has announced that they’ll be releasing BBM for iOS and Android this Saturday September 21st. The much-copied mobile IM app has been a BlackBerry exclusive since it’s launch in early 2006. Continue reading ‘BlackBerry Messenger to be Released on Google Play and iTunes September 21st’
BlackBerry Enterprise IM 3.0 is a secure, enterprise-grade instant messaging service that borrows a lot of functionality of the popular BBM service. The service can communicate with desktop enterprise chat systems like Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Office Communication Server and Lotus (IBM) Sametime. Continue reading ‘Secure Free Instant Messaging for Enterprise: BlackBerry IM 3.0′
Skype has just landed on BlackBerry 10 for the first time. Making it’s debut on the Q10, Skype will support the Z10 as soon as OS 10.1 is launched in the coming weeks.
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Nimbuzz is a free cross-platform mobile messaging and entertainment app that features unlimited messages, video sharing and data transfers. They also offer discounted international calls to any phone number. Nimbuzz is currently available in BlackBerry World.
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Yesterday Microsoft emailed their millions and million of Messenger users letting them know that they plan to retire their IM service in two months time and migrate all their accounts over to Skype.
Continue reading ‘Microsoft to Migrate Over 100 Million Messenger Users to Skype’
IM+ Pro is an instant messaging app for BlackBerry that support most of the world’s IM systems. Buy the pro version of the app for half-price for a limited time, a must for any IM user with a BlackBerry.
Continue reading ‘IM+ Pro for BlackBerry Half Price for the Holidays’