Research In Motion is constantly working to improve BlackBerry users’ experience while on the move. In this regard, the Canadian company decided to focus its developing skills to multiple IM clients and messenger applications.
Given the fact that BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) application only supports BlackBerry devices, RIM is also offering users the possibility to download and install third-party apps such as Google Talk, Yahoo Messenger
and Windows Live Messenger.
The folks over at CrackBerry
have just learned that RIM updated all three IM clients for BlackBerry devices, so expect improved overall performance and new features to be included.
Furthermore, all three applications have been bumped to version 188.8.131.52 and are now available as free downloads via BlackBerry App World
. The IM clients should be fully compatible with all devices running BlackBerry 4.5.0 or higher.