We all knew this was inevitable. BlackBerry Messenger has been submitted to the App Store, and now it waits for Apple’s approval. This comes after a video leaked of the popular messaging app working on Android by way of beta. News of the app hitting the App Store came thanks to BlackBerry’s Alex Kinsella putting out this tweet on Twitter:
Just in case we forgot to mention, BBM for iPhone was submitted for review 2 wks ago. #waiting #BBM4ALL
We would be shocked if BBM for iPhone ran into some kind of snag to be cleared, as they’re plenty of similar services already available through the store, including WhatsApp, Google Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, and etc.
Now we wait.
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