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Cross-Platform Chat app PingMe Ditches Windows Phone and Blackberry

December 6, 2012 1 Comment

Cross-platform chat app PingMe is ditching Windows Phone and Blackberry.

PingMe:

PingMe is Parting Ways With BlackBerry and Windows Phone 

We’re sad to announce that we will no longer support BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices.  Starting December 31, 2012, service on both platforms will no longer be compatible with newer versions of PingMe.  After long deliberation, our team decided that it is crucial for us to focus on making our iPhone and Android apps the best they can possibly be..  It saddens us to leave you PingMe-less, but we hope you’ll understand why we had to make this tough decision.  Thank you for your tremendous support and encouragement.


Sincerely,
The PingMe Team

I never really got into using PingMe and much rather prefer Kik Messenger anyway. You should try Kik Messenger if you use PingMe now, you’ll probably wonder why you weren’t using it to begin with.

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PingMe is the fastest way to stay connected, socialize and share multi-media content with your closest friends.

Enjoy all these PingMe benefits today.  And stay tuned for more exciting features to come.  PingMe – a better way to share and connect with friends.



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