Finally on Thursday, BlackBerry has launched its Blackberry Messenger application in open beta for Windows Phone users, following a short stint in private beta.
While launching this application, the company said that it has tried its hands on picking up on Windows Phone’s own particular UI design in order to make this application looks quite different as compare to its incarnation on other platforms.
Well, this application offers lots of similar features that you can found on the iOS and Android applications. So, users of Windows Phone 8 get ready to download the BBM beta application from Windows Phone store. Moreover, this is not a widespread application, but it will work with Windows Phone only like Windows Phone 8 or the new Windows Phone 8.1.
Initially when BBM was first obtainable for Android and iOS in October 2013, it was downloaded more than 10 million times in its first 24 hours. In the month of June, the company launched the application in private beta and said that it would come into existence in July.
Using this application, users are allowed to send messages, files, and pictures and complete with pointers whenever any message has been read or is in the course of being responded to.
The company said in early July, “We’ll be working to quickly add more features to BBM for Windows Phone such as stickers, BBM Voice, BBM Channels and location sharing powered by Glympse in the months ahead.”
For Windows Phone interface, the BBM mainly focuses on three important areas core to the BBM experience: Contacts, Chats and Feeds that can be easily accessed by swiping left and right to access all three screens. When it comes to contact function, it is extremely easy to follow while Chat is reserved for electronic back-and-forth with your friends. whenever any contact updated his or her status or picture, one can see it easily on feeds.
Possibly, there are lots of ways to communicate through instant messenger on smart-phones, but very less on Windows Phone. Today, companies are showing to be migrating their essential services back and forth as BlackBerry continue to plummet and Windows Phone also wedged in a place after the dominance of Android. For More Contact us