I am the proud user of a Blackberry Curve. For years, I have enjoyed the ability to instant message my friends who are also Blackberry owners. However, as more people purchased smart phones, I soon realized that we were not able to communicate with one another in the same way I can with my Blackberry friends.
Today, I am eager to announce that with CNECTD, a mobile app, the iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Nokia devices can finally chat with one another.
Similar to the Blackberry Messenger, users can send messages to one another or join a group chat. Supposedly, users can connect to Facebook with the app and search for other users through its location tool. As of this article, I cannot confirm either of the two statements.
What I can confirm is a one-on-one conversation with an Android phone. For me and the team, this is a huge step in the right direction.
For those connected with CNECTD, find me with my contactID: damondnollan.
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