BlackBerry has updated its BlackBerry Messenger client across Android, iOS, and BlackBerry 10 with some useful new features.
The main new feature here is message retraction. You can now retract messages after sending them, or even edit them. This can be useful if you sent something by mistake and don't wish the other person to see it. This works in one on one chats as well as group chats.
BBM also supports timed messages now, where the messages disappear after a certain time once the recipient has seen them. Previously both features were only available via a paid add-on.
Other additions made free include ability to mute group chats, scrolling through pictures sent over chats and groups, ability to save images captured within the app, larger videos on iOS, redesigned UI on iOS, check multiple messages to delete, forward, or retract, forwarding messages from one chat to another, and Android 6.0 support.
lol, I thought bbm was dead until I saw this .. All of my friends and people i know stopped using it maybe 2 years ago or something like that ..
just telegram things
Why would they need to go check other messaging apps when they're already satisfied with their first choice?