RIM has released BlackBerry Messenger 6 (BBM), which brings apps support for BBM-connected apps. So BBM 6 allows you to chat within apps and also lets you browse and download your friends’ apps on their BBM profiles. That means increased and deeper social networking experience for BlackBerry users.
The apps that support BBM 6 include Foursquare, The Huffington Post, Wikitude, Telemap, Scoremobile and Poynt.
According to Alistair Mitchell, VP, BBM Platform & Integrated Services at RIM, “BBM 6 marks the beginning of an even greater social experience for BlackBerry smartphone users. It also represents an incredible opportunity for developers to leverage the viral nature of the BBM service and we have already begun working with various developer partners who will be bringing their BBM connected apps to BlackBerry App World this week, offering users highly engaging app experiences.”
However, with BlackBerry moving to the QNX platform, users should be expecting some new service within the next few months.
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