Comparing BlackBerry Messenger with WhatsApp and Viber

BlackBerry Messenger is heading to Android and iOS this summer. We see how it stacks up against similar services WhatsApp and Viber.

At its BlackBerry Live conference in Orlando, Fla., BlackBerry announced that it's finally bringing its BlackBerry Messenger service (BBM) to Android phones and iPhones this summer. The app allows you to send messages and photos using your Internet connection, rather than using your text allowance.

It'll be going up against messaging apps WhatsApp and Viber, both of which offer very similar services and are already available across iOS, Android, and other platforms. I've pitted all three against each other to see which should take pride of place on your phone.

Head on over to the full article on CNET UK to read more.

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