Are you still using BBM for iOS? The app was updated today to add some new features, such as the ability to chat right away with address book contacts already using BBM, so invites are no longer required.
Also news is the ability to save your chats to iCloud, which is handy if you’re switching devices or upgrading says BlackBerry. The description also notes support for iPad–but didn’t that come previously after the app launched?
What’s New in Version 220.127.116.11
Start chatting with your address book contacts who are already using BBM – No invite required!
We’ve bundled timed pictures, timed messages and retracted messages into a new BBM Subscription.
Broadcast messages can now be sent to specific contact categories.
Manage your Stickers – Choose which sticker packs are displayed in your Sticker Picker.
Multi-person chats can now be started from specific contact categories.
Save your chats to iCloud – perfect for switching devices or upgrading.
Improved Voice Chat experience.
You now have the option to block receiving messages from a multi-person chat.
Click here to download BBM for iOS in the App Store. We deleted BBM for iOS ages ago. I don’t know anyone that owns a BlackBerry right now.