Here’s our first look at BBM for Android


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We ve finally gotten our first sneak peak at what to expect whenever the company eventually rolls out this premium messaging service to Android (and iOS). BlackberryOS.com was able to give us our first look of the app running on an HTC First, the AT&T phone that comes with Facebook’s Home user interface by default.

This is a fully-featured affair from what we can tell, with the Android version of Blackberry offering up nearly everything that you can get on the current Blackberry 10 version of the app (with the exception of being able to tag your posts with your location).

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