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Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Will ShutDown on May 31

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After a long period of hiatus, Blackberry Messenger (BBM), the once most loved messaging platform is finally shutting down on May 31, after several attempts to jumpstart, rebrand and reinvigorate BBM consumer service.

BBM as a cross-platform service provides a safe and secure avenue for users not to only chat and share life experiences, but also consume content and use its payment services.

The developers explained that the company has tried all it could to revive the BBM but to no avail hence this decision. They also acknowledged the fact that users have already moved to other platforms like Whatsapp, Telegram, etc and that has made it has become extremely difficult to sign on new users.

That’ll be the goodbye from BlackBerry Messenger to the average consumer. Even though BBM will not be functional on App Store and Play Store we are fully optimistic of the companies exploits with Enterprise Computing (QNX) solutions and services.

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