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An Open Letter to Kik users

Have you ever tried Kik messenger? Millions of BlackBerry, iPhone and Android users were loving it as they can keep in touch with friends over these 3 smartphones on BlackBerry Messenger like app. The Kik app stopped functioning on BlackBerry smartphones as the messages were delayed upto an hour and was also RIM removed from BlackBerry App World last week without leaving any reason to the vendor or public. Kik’s twitter account was also flooded with loads of questions about this.

Today, Kik posted An Open Letter to all its users and pleads RIM not to pull down their service.

We have worked day and night to build a super-fast, reliable and free cross-platform instant messaging app. This includes more than a year of development for BlackBerry smartphones. We have worked cooperatively with RIM at every step. We think it’s fair to say that, until very recently, our relationship has been nothing less than friendly.

RIM placed Kik on BlackBerry App World without issue. Kik’s upcoming mobile music service received a special award at BlackBerry DevCon about a year ago, and was named by RIM just six weeks ago as one of the first five featured apps to be included in its upcoming BBM platform.

RIM: Do Not Pull Kik From BlackBerry – An Open Letter to Kik Users

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Written by Shahzoor Ali


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