While most of the attention RIM, right now, is dedicated to the new operating system BlackBerry 10 and hopes for the future of society, there are still some interesting developments and innovations available for RIMs existing platform. For months we hear of the companys efforts in an attempt to add greater cohesion between social networking services with the introduction of applications related to BBM, the BlackBerry Messenger.
Going back in January, we learned the companys plans to integrate BBM and its contacts with popular applications such as Twitter and Facebook. Shortly after, we saw RIM deliver the first taste of this feature in Beta, but now the changes will become official with the new Twitter client for BlackBerry connectivity with BBM.
Obviously, the ability to share tweets on BlackBerry Messenger is the main feature of this release, but not all: Ive included a new photo upload support, which allows you to send images to servers to Twitter, while they are composing the message. The people who send messages containing URLs will notice that the app now reduces the link automatically. The new Twitter 3.0 connectivity to BBM is available for download on App World.