BlackBerry hasn’t announcing anything about BBM apps on Android and iPhone’s release date yet, and the last official statement from the company about its instant messaging service’s Android and iPhone expansion was posted two weeks ago…
According to BlackBerry’s CEO Thorsten Heins during the BlackBerry Live event, as reported by Canadian mobile phone blog Mobile Syrup, the apps are still on track and will hit the app stores of the two platforms before the end Summer.
BlackBerry said that BBM for Android requires Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS, while the iPhone app version will require iOS 6 mobile system or later. The instant-messaging service will support the regular messaging and group features, but separate updates would arrive and will add voice, video and other features similar to BBM app on BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system — though some analysts believe that BlackBerry will charge users for additional features, and taking the “freemium” strategy. Charging monthly on Android and iPhone is possibly via the stores’ linked credit card system.
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