BBM is coming to Android. The catch here is we have yet to see a good timeline as to when that arrival may happen. Officially speaking the folks at BlackBerry have only said that it will be available before the end of the summer. And as we previously mentioned, that means anytime up until September 21.
BlackBerry Messenger, known as BBM, which for some reason is still extremely popular and even coming soon to Android.
BBM for Android is still expected to arrive sometime this summer. Per the calendar that could mean any time before September 21. While the wait continues we have seen plenty of fake BBM apps land in the Google Play Store and even some leaked screenshots which came by way of the beta testers. As of today however, it looks like BlackBerry is still prepping for the release.
Blackberry Messenger, known as BBM, is coming soon to Android. We're not sure why this app is continuing to get so much attention, and whether you want it or not the app is coming soon. BlackBerry recently confirmed it will become available on the Samsung App Store, but we still don't have a release date. However, if you're waiting for it, don't download the fakes from the Google Play Store.
BlackBerry still needs to offer an official release date, however Samsung has recently begun talking about BBM for Android. They have yet to drop anything in terms of a release date, but they have mentioned terms such as "upcoming" and "soon." The important part to remember is the definition of "soon" usually varies depending on who is doing the talking.
BlackBerry in terms of the BBM for Android release. Officially speaking BBM for Android is expected to arrive sometime before the end of the summer. As we can tell from the calendar, that means the app may not be arriving in the Play Store until as late as September 21st. But with that in mind, it does appear as if the beta test group has recently been opened up a bit wider.
T-Mobile UK. In the meantime, the folks at Blackberry have maintained that summer release.
BlackBerry Twitter account confirmed the messenger service would arrive for Android on June 27th. It fact, T-Mobile UK even reshared the news as official, even though it was not. We've heard multiple reports that June 27th was the release date, so was it delayed, or only rumors?
BlackBerry announced the Secure Work Space app for Android earlier in the year and as of today that app has arrived in the Google Play Store. The app is called 'Secure Work Space for BES10' and while we suspect some may be happy to learn that it is available -- there is a catch. Basically, while the app is available you still need to have the support of your company before getting any use out of it.