Android News: A post pictures circulating on the internet shows, seems to Research In Motion (RIM) seriously to throw an exclusive instant messaging services on the BlackBerry to the Android OS.
Techradar posting the pictures and they also claim there is one of the employees who remain anonymous RIM says no mistaking the BlackBerry Messenger apps will run on Android. Similarly, as quoted by TG Daily on Thursday October 6, 2011.
As we known BlackBerry Messenger apps for Android or who is known as a fuel, is the instant messaging platform that is devoted to the BlackBerry alone.
But now, there are rumors that RIM will bring the fuel to other mobile operating systems, namely Android for the first time. This is another step in the acceptance of RIM who could no longer endure holding the instant messenger application exclusively on his own platform.
Nokia also suffered a similar fate with RIM. Where's the Symbian operating system which only owned Nokia quickly eroded after the iPhone and Android smartphones entering the market? It seemed like a huge failure, making it difficult to act to keep up with environmental change and now customers have trouble finding Nokia mobile phones in every store in the United States.
As we all know Nokia decided its partnership with Microsoft to bring Windows 7 Phone handset as the future.
Apparently, RIM should make cooperation with partners that are currently being loved in the smartphone market in order not to experience something similar to Nokia. Partners are most likely in cooperation with RIM is that Google and Android.