A couple of weeks ago we spoke of a beta version of BlackBerry Messenger including VoIP service free calls between users, if both are connected to the service using WiFi. To download it had to register with the Beta Zone of RIM, and that may back off to more than one. Well, BlackBerry Messenger 7 is now available in the App World.
This BlackBerry Messenger 7 update includes improvements of all types, but the most notable is the VoIP service. It is also important to note that since it is now possible to synchronize contacts and groups through the cloud of RIM, without the user having to intervene in anything. And, well, RIM has included more smileys in this new version of the application.
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BlackBerry Messenger 7 is available for download from the App World (although you may not have appeared in all regions yet, if the update has not yet appeared, better to wait a few hours), and it is important to make clear that, for now, it works only on devices with BlackBerry OS 6 or higher.
However users of devices with BlackBerry OS 5 (basically this horde of BlackBerry 8520 that are on the market yet) will not be homeless: in early 2013 launched a second update that will bring that feature.