Blackberry has finally resumed the rolling out of BlackBerry Messenger mobile social messaging service (BBM) on iPhone and Android apps.
The company said in a blog post that the free BBM apps will start showing up in Google Play, Apple App Store and some Samsung App Stores.
In order to make sure all goes smoothly, you’ll need to line up for a spot by visiting BBM.com from your phone’s browser and entering your information. You’ll get an email when your turn comes up.
If you have already signed up at bbm.com you should be able to start using the app immediately.
Last month, the company paused the rollout of the apps after an unreleased version of the Android app was posted online. About a million Android users jumped in within seven hours to grab that version, which the company pulled back.
In the blog post, the company noted that more than…
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