After a leaked Android APK of the app crashed BlackBerry’s servers, the rollout of BBM is about to resume, and this time, it’s bringing along a queue system, wherein you’ll have to register and wait a while before BlackBerry grants you access for using the app and start messaging your friends.
Well, unless you’re a Samsung device user in the Sub-Saharan Africa region, in which case you’ll be able to download BBM from the Samsung Apps store and start using it immediately, Sammobile reports and adds the wait time, by default, is only applicable to those who registered on BBM.com before the previous launch of the app, but even if you didn’t do that, you still gain instant access if you’re in the aforementioned continent.
So, just a few hours before BBM is live and yours for the taking, without the need to have a BlackBerry device. Here’s hoping the launch goes smoothly this time around.
BBM Roll Out Details:
- Download BBM – the easiest way is to visit BBM.com from your Android or iPhone browser
- Once you install the app, open it, and enter your email address to hold your spot in line
- We will email you as soon as you reach the front of the line and can start using BBM