Nimbuzz Introduces Redesigned App For BlackBerry 10

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By Vijaykumar Meti | February 14, 2013 5:35 PM EST

Nimbizz, one of the top cross-messaging and file sharing apps, has announced the launch of its redesigned app for BlackBerry 10.

The app has been redesigned for better and more enjoyable experience, providing unlimited chat messages as well as picture and video file sharing. The company claims It as the first messaging platform to integrate GTalk, Yahoo and Facebook Messenger into a single BlackBerry app.

The app will provide advance tools and resources to maximize the impact of Nimbuzz across all BlackBerry 10 devices, including an expedited review process from BlackBerry World.

The redesigned app for BlackBerry 10 features group and 'peer-to-peer' messaging - integrated messaging and free chat rooms, N-World - an entertainment focused international market place and is also integrated with social media, where users can directly post to Twitter and Facebook using the app.

The app now makes BB10 users easily discover other Nimbuzz users and topic-specific chat rooms enable users to connect with people sharing similar interests.

"BlackBerry must continue to identify and promote the most successful and unique apps that already reach millions of users worldwide - this focus on advanced functionality and developer engagement will be a catalyst to the platform's success," said Vikas Saxena, Nimbuzz CEO.

"As an early pioneer in mobile communications, and a long-time BlackBerry developer, Nimbuzz will continue to deliver a powerful, feature-rich experience to BlackBerry users," he added.

Nimbuzz has more than 100 million users around the world and the company claims that it has more than 210,000 new registrations daily. 

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