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Video: Inventor of BBM Gary Klassen Talks About BBM Possibilities

IMG_00001654Gary Kalssen is the man behind BBM incase you didn’t know that, and now he has sat down over at BlackBerry Jam Asia with some of the attendees to discus BBM, and where the company wants to take BBM. Thanks to the guys form BBin we have a video to share with you. One of the questions asked is regarding the issues with launching BBM cross platform. He states that the leaked version of BBM for android caused too much excessive data on the network, and that they are testing to make sure the issue will not happen in the future. If you use BBM or if you are anxiously waiting for BBM cross platform check out the video below.

Source: BBin

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  1. Possibilities and impossibilities, nowadays so close to each other for Blackberry..

    First BBM and then next they should release Blackberry Enterprise services to other platforms.

    “Android leaked and caused too much data” I don’t understand this.. Is it possible the BB was so used to their own compression methods and data traveling over BIS/BES and did not anticipate amount of uncompressed data originating from iOS and Android?

    This shows that people still care for BB as a software developer and platform, make a blackberry suite for iOS and Android and sell it like hot cakes, or even work with Apple and Google and offer them these for their “high end business friendly” phones, do not sell out the patents..

    This guy seems very nice and humble..

    • @Huseyin they already have BES 10 that is serving android and ios platform for MDM management.

      Your comment is fair regarding compression, however keep in mind that applications in development status often have verbose levels for logging.

  2. Awesome video.. I can’t wait to see what they can do with BBM!

  3. I still want to see a BBM email client that will tie into BBM and allow you to launch instant BBM chats through it as well as voice and video call like what Google is doing with hangouts and gmail.

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