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BBM Meetings App for Cross-Platform Conference Calls Now Available

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BBM Meetings App for Cross-Platform Conference Calls Now Available
BlackBerry has introduced a new cross-platform app called BBM Meetings that will allow video conferencing with up to 25 participants at the same time.

The app is now currently available for Android and BlackBerry device users on Google Play and BlackBerry World respectively. BBM Meetings is also available to download for Mac and Windows users. The BBM Meetings app page suggests that an iOS app is on the way - "Coming soon to iOS".

The company is currently offering a 30-day free trial for the BBM Meetings app, and says it will charge $13.75 (Rs. 850 approximately) per host per month. The app's page also notes that "BBM Meetings subscriptions are billed annually."

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The company notes, "BBM Meetings is not just another collaboration app. It's a new way to work smarter and be more productive, from any Android, iPhone, BlackBerry 10 smartphone, Windows PC or Mac."

The Canadian company has also listed some requirements for the app to run on each device, "Smartphone client requirements: BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.2.1 or later, iOS version 7.0 or later, Android 4.0 (ICS)-no support for Gingerbread. Computer client requirements: Mac OSX with Mac 10.6.8 or later (Snow Leopard or greater) or Windows 8, 8.1, 7, Vista w/SP1 or greater, XP w/SP3 or greater."

"BBM Meetings combines a mobile optimized user experience that allows on-the-go professionals to schedule, host and participate in meetings easily, with enhanced features that are simply not found in other leading collaboration solutions. All at a fraction of the cost of other leading collaboration solutions," adds BlackBerry.

With BBM Meetings, users can turn any BBM chat, group chat or BBM Voice call into a live BBM Meeting with just a click of a button. The company stresses that the app has been built first for mobile and allows options to deliver a presentation, share a document, or even annotate through the mobile.

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