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BBM for Android

10-million downloads of BBM for Android

In just 24 hours BBM has been downloaded over 10 million times by Android and iPhone users, one of the best single-day openings for a mobile app to date. BBM, the premier private social network from BlackBerry, is available for...

Samsung first in line for BBM on Android

Samsung today confirmed that BBM, the mobile social network, is now available to Samsung smartphone users in Sub-Saharan Africa - days ahead of the official rollout to other branded Android devices. This limited time offer is available to Samsung customers...

BBM for Android officially launches on 21 September

BBM - the iconic mobile social network - will begin rolling out for Android and iPhone customers around the world from September 21. Previously exclusive to BlackBerry smartphones, BBM will be available as a free download in Google Play...

BBM for Android launches tomorrow?

Canadian handset manufacturer BlackBerry has previously announced that their popular BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) app will be launching to all Android and iOS devices by the end of the northern hemisphere’s summer, and while that time is steadily approaching, no...

BBM coming to Samsung devices

Samsung has announced that the upcoming BBM app will be available in the Google Play and the Samsung App store soon and available to all Samsung GALAXY smartphone consumers across Africa. Says George Ferreira, VP and COO of Samsung Electronics Africa:...

BlackBerry rolls out BBM for Android beta

In May this year, mobile phone manufacturer BlackBerry revealed that they will be making their hugely popular BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) available for Android and iOS device during the course of the year. “It’s time to bring BBM to a greater...
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) has partnered with Workday, a provider of solutions for managing people and money. The partnership aims...
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