After announcing their messenger for Android and iPhones, BlackBerry has released their updated version that comes integrated with new features like Dropbox.
The new BBM version 2.0 is all set to woo the customers with features like Dropbox integration for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry Smartphones, one-touch file and photo sharing, location sharing and over 100 new emoticons to help them say what they can’t express in words.
Built-in support for Dropbox makes it easy to send large files like presentations and videos to BBM or vice versa. Using the BBM Voice feature, Android and iPhone users will be able to make free voice calls to any BBM contact in the world with Wi-Fi or data connection.
BBM Channels, which lets customers chat with other BBM users about topics that interest them will also be available in this version. Customers can engage with brands or other customers without having to add them to their contact lists, thereby maintaining a high level of privacy. The new version is compatible with Android version 4.0 or more and with iPhones having iOS 6 or above.