Kik – the BlackBerry Messenger like tool, of course we remember. Well, the company appears to have settled down (did we hear someone say BlackBerry again?) and it’s the Windows Phone 7 OS which brings it in the limelight. The Kik Messenger application is out now for Windows Phone 7.
It boasts of a real-life, real-time mobile messaging conversation. Users can share photos through the app and can also add up to 10 friends to a dynamic group conversation. The messenger notifies users when messages are sent, delivered and read. It also alerts users when someone is typing back.
The messenger app reportedly hit the million downloads benchmark pretty soon when it was initially available in iPhone and Android versions. In what looks like ‘still counting’, the company appears to have changed the looks of the app for suiting the ‘metro’ appearance of Windows Phone 7.
The Kik Messenger app is available for free on the company’s official site.