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New BlackBerry Messenger Leaks

The BlackBerry messenger is an application that is constantly updated. Now it appears that version 5.0.1.45 has made its way online. The news of the new message made its way online shortly after the leak. The newest version provides a number of adjustments that allow the messenger to perform better on a day to day basis. Research in Motion has added a number of speed enhancements that allow you to more quickly send and receive messages through BlackBerry messenger and has also added the ability for multiple parties to take part in group chats, a feature that has been waited for a long time by users.

At this point, the leaked version does not work on devices running on BlackBerry OS5 like unlocked BlackBerry Bold 9700, but that could change before it is officially released. If you plan on installing the leaked version of the software, remember to back up everything first as a number of users have reported issues and lost data after installing. Also, remember to follow any installation instructions provided to you by the book so that you do not run into any unwanted issues. An improperly upgraded device could become inoperable in some situations.

This upgrade should satisfy the millions of BlackBerry Messenger users that are constantly looking for new features. The speed enhancements should mean that users can more quickly share data with one another and it also means that group chats will allow users to chat between several different parties, a feature that has been rumored for a long time but has never been formally announced.

It will be interesting to see what BlackBerry unlocked cell phone has to say in their formal announcement for the update that is reportedly forthcoming. The features that they have added also allow you to integrate music that could potentially be shared with your chat friends later down the road. Could the BlackBerry Messenger become more of a collaborative tool in the future than a chat app?

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