BBM, Blackberry Messenger Now On Android And iOS

Wao! This is a good news to all Blackberry Messenger (BBM) fans especially; those that could not use Blackberry smartphone for one reason or another. Blackberry Messenger (BBM) would be made available to two other mobile platforms; iOS and Android.
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"If you’re already a fan of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), we’ve got some exciting news designed to make it easier for you to connect with your entire mobile social network. BlackBerry plans to make BBM, our wildly popular mobile messaging service, available for the first time to iOS® and Android™ users this summer..." -as could be read from BlackBerry Official Blog

For the past few years now, Blackberry Messenger (BBM) has being setting the pace in the Instant Messaging (IM) service; a service that is fast becoming the most wanted in mobile communication.

The Multi-Platform Blackberry Messenger (BBM) that is expected to be realeased is expected to further stretch the real-time connection and interaction beyond Blackberry Users alone; it will feature both iOS and Android users as well.
"...Multi-person chats, Voice note sharing, BlackBerry Groups, where BBM users are able to set up groups of up to 30 people and share calendar, photos, files and more . The team here at BlackBerry has definitely been working hard to bring the much- adored BBM experience to a wider group of mobile users." -BlackBerry Blog

Of course, as evident from its experience, whilest still giving a high level personal privacy and excellent satisfaction, BBM is fast becoming the most engaging services for Blackberry users.

BBM Quick Facts As Gathered from the BlackBerry Official Blog:

1- More than 60 million monthly active users
2- More than 51 million daily active users who connects with friends or colleagues on an average of one and a half hours every day.
3- BBM users send and receive more than 10 billion messages each day. Almost half of BBM messages are read within 20 seconds of being received; indicating the level of its engagment.

Well, I am sure more than an average of the smartphone users that uses various Instant Messaging (IM) app have being expecting to have Blackberry Messenger included in their lists.
So, how happy are you about this news? Will you be among the first users of BlackBerry Messenger on their Android or iOS powered smartphones?

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