Yes it is here, after the long rumors we've been hearing about launching BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) for both iOS and Android devices. The big Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry has just announced releasing BlackBerry Messenger for iPhone, you can download it for free from the App Store.
BBM mobile service made its way to the App Store, Google Play and Samsung's app store, the secure instant messaging software employs a reservation system.
That’s bad news for those who haven’t signed up early at BBM.com as they will be forced to wait in line before they can use the app. On September 22, BlackBerry was forced to halt the planned roll-out of BBM for iOS after a leaked Android build had caused its servers to fold…
According to the official BlackBerry blog
, upon installing and firing up the app, users will need to enter their email address in order to hold their spot in line.
“We will email you as soon as you reach the front of the line and can start using BBM,” reads the post by BBM head Andrew Bocking.
Owners of iPhone and Android devices in Africa will be able to download the app in three days’ time. Samsung customers in Sub-Sahara Africa can download BBM today from the Samsung Apps store.
The company will publish another blog post tomorrow to provide us with an update on the line-up and to share “more detail about the work the team has done over the last several weeks”.
As usual we will keep you updated with anything new..
NOTE: Some users may not find BBM app available on their App Store, so wait a few hours until it comes...
Have you tried BBM on your iPhone yet ?