Sunday, 22 September 2013


Blackberry has finally released a
statement on why BBM On android
is not yet official and why it has put
the global roll out on Hold…
Blackberry Claims That The Leaked
BBM Version Were Causing ”Issues”
And Its Team Is Currently Working
On It , It’ld Have To Take A While To
Get Those Issues Fixed..
Here’s What Blackberry Said On
Their Official Website
”Prior to launching BBM for
Android, an unreleased version of
the BBM for Android app was
posted online. The interest and
enthusiasm we have seen already –
more than 1.1 million active users
in the first 8 hours without even
launching the official Android app –
is incredible. Consequently, this
unreleased version caused issues,
which we have attempted to
address throughout the day.
Our teams continue to work
around the clock to bring BBM to
Android and iPhone, but only when
it’s ready and we know it will live
up to your expectations of BBM. We
are pausing the global roll-out of
BBM for Android and iPhone.
Customers who have already
downloaded BBM for iPhone will be
able to continue to use BBM. The
unreleased Android app will be
disabled, and customers who
downloaded it should visit to register for
updates on official BBM for
Android availability.
As soon as we are able, we will
begin a staggered country roll-out
of BBM for Android and continue
the roll-out of BBM for iPhone.”
Google Is Also Making Efforts To
Eradicate The Leaked Version It Has
Also Removed A Large Number Of
The Leaked BBM App From The
If You’re Using The Leaked Version
I’ld Advise You To Uninstall It Now
An Wait For The Official Version.

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