Part of Emtek's statement is:
"We have used our hearts to make this happen and we are proud of what we have built to this day.
The technology industry, however, is very fluid and defiant From our considerable efforts, users have switched to other platforms, while new users have difficulty logging in. " According to CrackBerry the reason for the failure of Emtek's BBM was a bit different with games, channels and Ads too bloated – additional features that the enterprise version does not offer. To make up for shutting down the consumer version, BlackBerry provides its encrypted Messenger (BBMe) for home use.
BBMe is now available for Android devices, including the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition, through Google Play Store. It will soon end up in the Apple App Store. The application is free for the first year and will throw users back for $ 2.49 for a six-month subscription. It remains to be seen if users will find it sufficient if they have a wealth of messaging apps to choose from.