We had mentioned earlier that BBM for Android and iOS was going to launch earlier and Finally it has. Though people have to wait their turn to start using the app, but I guess waiting that long, whats a few more hours right? BBM for Android looks very sleek and has a similar UI found in the BlackBerry Z10.
Currently you can chat, send pictures, sound clips, have group chats and so on, but BBM Video has still yet to debut on the Android and iOS version, which we are sure will be available in future updates to the app. The best part about the app (may not be for users with RAM issues), the app never closes so you get messages directly when even you are doing something else.
For those who are new to BBM, then this may be a nice new messaging app to try out, and for all those BlackBerry users who switched to an Android device, then its a re-union for you with the best part of your old phone.
The app itself seems to be very stable and no crashes have yet emerged. So have you started using the app? If not head over to the Google Play Store link below.