Within just 24 hours of it’s relaunch, over 10 million Android and iOS users downloaded the app, which truly is a big deal. According to BlackBerry EVP Andrew Bocking, the job isn’t done yet. The Canadian handset giant is constantly working towards bringing in some brand new features which intend to offer you a much better control over the app.
No doubt, BlackBerry has already got it’s sleeves folded up high, but in the midst of happiness and joy lies a serious threat named “Whatsapp”. Compelling Whatsapp users to instantly switch over to BBM won’t be an easily task, at least for now. Whatsapp, on the other hand, might have a hard time holding on to the pole position.
But, that’s not what you need to worry about. In case, you have not used BBM before, just try it out. Who knows? You may fall in love with it.
Unfortunately, BMM only supports devices loaded with Android 4.0 and above. So, if you are using a handset running on Android 2.3 and lower, you definitely have a good reason to be disappointed.