BlackBerry Messenger find it difficult to continue operation under social media platforms, BBM finally closed operation and say goodbye. Because the consumer version of BBM is officially closes operation at the end of May 2019.
The company has taken over running the BBM app since 2016 has announced that it will end support for the messaging app on may 31, 2019. Having look at the features like Uber hailing and video calling, because of massive moved of BBM users to other platform which render the app inactive. Majority users has moved to other social media platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook, Messenger, Snapchat, Instagram, Pinterest, Skype, Twitter, Linkedln, Tumblr and Wechat etc.
BBM Officially Shutdown Operation On May 31, 2019
As new users find it difficult to sign in, the company wrote in a blog. “Though we are sad to say goodbye, the time has come to sunset the BBM consumer service, and foe us to move on.”
Those using the enterprise version of the app, called BBMe, will continue operations as normal. If you really miss BBM and want to keep using it, you can also download the enterprise version on Android and iOS for free, but there is a $2.50 subscription fee for every six months. BBMe does offer end-to-end encryption and message editing / un-sending where the consumer version didn’t, so it may be worth the dollars if you’re still an avid BlackBerry Messenger believer.
But if, like most people, you’ve already moved on, then let us all remember a moment in time when it was considered cool to tell people to find you on an app using a convoluted mixture of numbers and letters as a way to add friends.
So So sad for BBM to close operation and say goodbye.