Blackberry BBM Annouced for Android Smartwear At CES 2015

By Prateek
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On the Consumer Electronic Show 2015 BlackBerry has announced BBM for Android Wear. The popular messaging service from BlackBerry will be available on Android Wear smartwatches early this year.

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BBM for Android Wear will allow its users to see who has sent the message and access them on their smartwatch directly. It will permit them to read full BBM messages, accept BBM invites, and even respond to BBM messages via voice or from pre-defined text messages. There will also be a list of set pre-recorded text responses for when a user really dosen't have the time to reply.

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Blackberry BBM Annouced for Android Smartwear At CES 2015

The alerts on the watch will be displayed when new BBM messages come in, users can see the sender and discreetly preview messages.

Smartwatch users can read BBM messages in their entirety, navigate among messages and dismiss notifications with a simple swipe.

Now we can respond to messages with the all new hands-free with Google Now or choose from pre-defined text messages to quickly send a response.

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All BBM users can accept BBM invites from the watch without the need to access their smartphone.

BlackBerry had launched BBM for Android and iPhone last year. The BBM app has been installed by more than 50 million users on Android.

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