BlackBerry released their popular instant messaging application, BBM for Android and iOS devices, in October 2013.
Last week’s 2.0 update introduced various new features such as BBM Voice, BBM Channels, Dropbox Intergration, and more.
Now with the latest update today, BlackBerry showed some love devices running on Android Gingerbread. Yes, the old Gingerbread man is still walking around, with 21% of devices running on the outdated version of Android.
Despite popular IM apps such as Viber, We-Chat, Skype and of course Google Hangouts, BBM has drawn well over 10 Million downloads.
If you have an Android device with Gingerbread on it, hit the widget below to download BBM from Google Play.