BBM maker BlackBerry has confirmed to resume the rollout of its BBM app for Android and iOS. After a botched rollout, BlackBerry has adopted a queue system where a user will have to register and save a spot in the line to use the messaging system. This will apply to users who didn’t register on BBM.com.
But if you’re a Samsung user in the Sub-Sahara Africa region, you’ll be able to download and use the app directly from the Samsung Apps store without having to save a spot in the line, unlike unregistered users. This is the only bit of exclusivity Samsung African users get.
BBM will release in the next few hours on the Play Store and Samsung Apps.