Tag: messenger

BBM 7 Brings Brings Free Voice Calls to BlackBerry OS 5 With BBM Voice

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BlackBerry OS 5 users have received a significant update to BBM this week with the latest 7.0.1 version featuring BBM Voice. Since the launch of BBM 7 on BlackBerry 6 and 7 this last December, over 50 million free voice calls have been made.
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RIM Demonstrates Foursquare BBM Social Platform Integration

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This video demonstration shows an ideal use case for apps integrating into BlackBerry Messenger.

The integration of the BBM in BlackBerry apps is really compelling and what better way to show it off than in this slick Foursquare implementation. Since the release of the SDK this April developers have been working towards adding these features into their apps so that they can enjoy the benefits of contextual sharing, messaging, access to contacts, location and in-app chat.
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Miss Kik? Here Are a Few More Cross-Platform Chat Apps for BlackBerry

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Now that Kik has been suspended from App World, you might be looking for an alternative cross-platform chat app. Maybe you were never looking for a cross-platform chat app but read the news about Kik and now you’re interested. Either way, there are a few apps out there worth considering.
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College Humor: BBM or Text a Contact Something Ridiculous for $100

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College Humor put together a contest video that asks people to spin a wheel and either BBM or text a contact for $100. The best part is that you have to wait 5 minutes before telling the person that it was a prank, in order to give them time to answer and let the prank settle in. Check out the video for a few laughs.

Pinch Multi-Platform Messenger App Coming to BlackBerry

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Multi-platform messenger apps are a hit these days as proven by the popularity of Kik. Pinch, a popular messenger app for iPhone, is coming to BlackBerry later this month. Currently, the app is in private beta but the company let us know that they’ll be launching very soon. Benefits of Pinch include:

  • Makes it easy to stay connected and interact with your contacts, without having to switch between applications. With Pinch you can send messages and animated emoticons, explore cities through games and competitions, and find people with an interactive pin-map powered by Google.
  • You can add friends directly from your phone contacts, Facebook, or Twitter and group them by category. Your friends, colleagues, and family can each be kept in their own easy- to-access group.
  • Never spend money on SMS again. Pinch uses your existing data plan to find and interact with friends from all around the world, without using your phone’s SMS function.
  • Pinch’s unique leaderboard adds games and friendly competition for users. Every time you use Pinch to send messages and check locations, accumulate points to win prizes, such as the iPad and other fun giveaways.

More info about Pinch available on their site.

SHAPE Services Apps Including IM+ for Skype Now 50% Off

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The MobileHeist is back and this time we’re offering 50% off on SHAPE Services apps like IM+ All-in-One Messenger, IM+ for Skype, RDM+ Remote Desktop for Mobiles and more.

Get in on the action from you desktop or BlackBerry:

MobileHeist Desktop version.
MobileHeist BlackBerry version.