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BlackBerry is paid features of BBM app for free
BlackBerry is paid features of its BlackBerry Messenger instant messaging free. This is evident from the latest changelog of the Android app. Previously, users had to pay 99 cents an in-app purchase to make the extra usage.
BBM users can now withdraw free messages, edit and convert after sending messages timer so the app sends them later. Also, the function for secure chat for free. In addition, users can now send messages, apparent from the changelog. The update seems to only live in the Google Play Store, the version for iOS was on March 9 of last update.
The update includes in addition to be free of various functions, other changes, such as a feature to suppress notifications for group chats and higher sound quality with BBM Voice calls.
BBM has been several years available for platforms other than BlackBerry and Android between one hundred and five hundred million installations. How many of them actively use the app, is unknown.Viewing:-169
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