Hike Messenger Launched For BlackBerry 10 Devices

By Vivek

While WhatsApp and WeChat are making their way up to the leader-boards in the instant messaging app arena, Hike has also been trying to bring its name to the same heights. The good news for BlackBerry users is that the application is now available for free download. The app is compatible with BlackBerry Z3, Z10, Z30 and Porsche Design P9982.

Hike Messenger Launched For BlackBerry 10 Devices


Hike is similar to WhatsApp instant messaging app but has few more other features that is pretty impressive and user-friendly as well. Very much like what WhatsApp has, Hike also comes with a feature that allows users to choose who can see when they were online last time, as well as their profile picture. Obviously, if you think there is a security threat, you are wrong as well, because messages on Hike Messenger are encrypted over Wi-Fi using 128-bit SSL encryption.

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BBM users are quite used to sending stickers, Hike also offers a number of more stickers, so BBM users will not have to worry about it. Most of all, Hike has two incredible features, one of which makes is the 2-way themes. This means that if you change a chat-theme, it will change for your friend too.

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And another thing is that the Hike Messenger can send messages to your friends even if they are offline. You might be wondering how? Hike is designed in the way that doesn't charge anything for SMSs.

You can download the app from here.

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