Blackberry Messenger, the messaging app that launched last year, is now available on Android, and it is not a cheap proposition.
Blackberry is offering a free app download for its newest chat app, and those who don’t have a Blackberry phone will have to pay for an in-app purchase.
However, the free app will be free for a limited time.
The app is called Blackberry Q. It is available for Android users who are running version 6.0 or newer of the software.
It includes the default chat experience, which is a basic version of Blackberry’s iOS chat app.
However it includes features like voice messaging, an option to switch between two-factor authentication (2FA), and the ability to send encrypted texts and messages.
To activate the app, users will need to tap on the icon on their lock screen and select Blackberry Connect to begin a one-time subscription to Blackberry Messages.
The chat app is currently available for free on the Play Store, and is available in the U.S. only.
The download comes with an introductory offer of 50MB for the first year.
After that, users need to pay $3.99 per month.
The free Blackberry Mess app will cost $6.99 after 30 days.
The $4.99 package is for the full 30 days, and $5.99 is for 24 hours.
There is also a $4/month premium for premium users.
There are no limits on how many messages or calls a user can send, and Blackberry will continue to let users send more messages for free.
For those who want to use the free Black the Messenger app, the subscription will cost just $4 per month for 30 days and $7.99/month for 24.
This includes access to a private messaging app called Black and Blue, which also allows users to send and receive private messages.
The Blackberry Black Messenger app has been available since May, and users have been able to use Blackberry apps in Android and iOS for months.
In July, Blackberry announced it was pulling the plug on its own Messenger app.
The company announced that it would launch its own voice messaging app in October.
The announcement came as a surprise to users who were expecting the Blackberry X app to debut shortly after the company announced the Black Messenger announcement.
That Black Messenger, which was first announced last September, was not launched until March of this year.