BlackBerry's BBM Enterprise SDK allows developers to integrate secure messaging, voice and video capabilities into their applications and services.
After a number of hiccups and banana peel slip-ups Blackberry has finally launched a fully-fledged BBM app for iPhone and Android.
Android users will have to wait a bit longer to message their BlackBerry friends, with release of BBM for Google's OS now delayed.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins has shocked the smartphone world, announcing instant messaging system BBM would be coming to iPhone and Android users, for free.
First announced last September, the BlackBerry Messenger Social Platform has now gone into beta testing. BBM Social Platform allows app developers to create software that takes advantage of the social connectivity infrastructure RIM built for BlackBerry Messenger.
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