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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by alex.sahawneh, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. alex.sahawneh

    alex.sahawneh Newbie
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    Blackberry messanger will be outragous the amount of people to switch would be rediculus if you can make your phone have a pin number that would be compatible with the blackberry interface then we're talking hundreds of thousands of new droid users if i knew how to create something like this and charged a dollar or 2 easily make tens of thousands of dollars and your would be the man in the android world just something to think about i know it can be done because droid does lol and its pretty much just using data sevices to have an instant message chat idk

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  2. zandroid

    zandroid Android Enthusiast

    I don't want BBM and I don't think Android needs it. The BlackBerry users who are afraid to switch because they don't want to lose BBM need a reality check.
  3. mully

    mully Member

    Longest sentence ever. :p
  4. gthrift

    gthrift Guest

    Wow... that really needs some punctuation.

    And I'm pretty sure BBM will never be available on anything other than a Blackberry.
  5. knipknup

    knipknup Newbie

    No, it's there.... GoogleTalk...
    My wife installed it on her iPhone (<-rookie) and we can chat. As well, there is a googletalk app for BB, so everyone is happy in a kinda, sorta, not way...
  6. joneee

    joneee Well-Known Member

    First, please punctuate your post...it was difficult reading it and understanding it.
    Secondly, Yes we have gtalk. Why do you wanna get complicated with pins and such like bbm?
    Thirdly, gtalk is better than bbm in: 1. You can chat with anyone with a gmail account vs only blackberry users. 2. Nearly all smartphones have a gtalk app, so you can talk to anyone using a gtalk app vs only blackberry users again. 3. It's easy to add a friend. No pins no hassle required. 4. You can use your phone to chat and then switch to your computer very easily. 5. You can view the history of the chats on gmail AND your phone.

    Now, again, why do you want bbm?
  7. Bonehead

    Bonehead Newbie

    Exactly. Plenty of messaging power in th Droid.
  8. Redflea

    Redflea Android Expert

    BBM won't ever work on another device unless BB wants it to. Can't see them ever doing that...too much of a draw for many BB owners.
  9. oceanlight

    oceanlight Android Enthusiast


    do not understand.
  10. hiway

    hiway Newbie

    WTB translator app.
  11. bthoward

    bthoward Well-Known Member

    Like has been said before unless the phone is allowed into RIM's proxies and that aint a gonna happen until RIM gives up... (or starts charging people to use the service cause they aren't making enough on their own devices)....

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The Motorola Droid release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 256GB RAM, processor, and 1400mAh battery.

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