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Blizzard released a new Battle.net messenger app for Android and iOS. Players can now chat with their Battle.net friends on the go.

[Download Links - Android // iOS]

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Blizzard Battle.net - Stay connected with your friends wherever you are

The Blizzard Battle.net Mobile App lets you stay connected with your friends wherever you are. Chat with friends, see what game they're playing, and add new ones - right from your mobile device.

Chat with friends:
With mobile chat, it's easier to coordinate play time, discuss strategies, or just stay in touch. Even if your friends are unavailable or offline, chat history and notifications keep the conversation going.

See what your friends are playing: 
You can see at a glance what all your friends are up to, so you know when to jump into a game – or when to get one going yourself. Never miss an opportunity to play together.

Add new friends on the go:
All the features for managing and adding friends on the Battle.net Desktop App are now on your phone. Send and receive friend requests, browse friend suggestions, or even scan a QR code to easily add friends in person. 

Airtime or Wi-Fi connection required for use. 

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2 hours ago, Fransoa said:

where is it, I can't find it in the app store.

Blizzard released a new Battle.net messenger app for Android

Please, read before asking that.

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2 minutes ago, Yridaa said:

No?

 

 

 

Please people, don't jump to conclusions too fast.

Couldnt find it on the play store when just typing in blizzard entertainment or battlenet which finds you the rest of their apps, so thats weird, and says on app store this app is only available on ios devices, thanks though

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7 hours ago, Pyper said:

Couldnt find it on the play store when just typing in blizzard entertainment or battlenet which finds you the rest of their apps, so thats weird, and says on app store this app is only available on ios devices, thanks though

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10 hours ago, Pyper said:

Couldnt find it on the play store when just typing in blizzard entertainment or battlenet which finds you the rest of their apps, so thats weird, and says on app store this app is only available on ios devices, thanks though

Found it easily by searching Blizzard Battle.Net.

On the App store it says the same thing every other app on the app store says.  "This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices."  This means that this version of the App is only available through the App store.  It's a disclaimer so that people don't think they can get android apps through the app store.  Use  your heads people, common sense isn't that hard to use.  Also at the time of this article the App store version hadn't been released as it was released Sept 27, 2017 which just so happens to be today.  The Android App was released on Sept 26, 2017.
 

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10 minutes ago, DeathsDesign said:

Also at the time of this article the App store version hadn't been released as it was released Sept 27, 2017 which just so happens to be today.  The Android App was released on Sept 26, 2017.

So it's possible that people didn't find it for iOS because it wasn't released yet? Interesting.

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1 hour ago, Blainie said:

So it's possible that people didn't find it for iOS because it wasn't released yet? Interesting.

Yeah I mean I usually can't find things that aren't available to me at the time of looking.  I wonder why that is..

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5 minutes ago, DeathsDesign said:

Yeah I mean I usually can't find things that aren't available to me at the time of looking.  I wonder why that is..

It'll forever be a mystery!

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14 hours ago, xvyrus said:

Lol, am i supposed to randomly guess what is not written in the article.

You aren't, but you aren't supposed to be an ass either.

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Before this goes on any further, I'm just going to say: keep things civil, keep things on topic. If we turn the thread into nothing but insults being flung back and forth, I'll lock the thread. I'd rather not given that news posts are meant to be for discussion.

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It was released one day earlier on Android. I've updated the article with download links now that it's available on both platforms.

 

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7 hours ago, DeathsDesign said:

so after some basic testing I like the app, it's basically a mobile version of the friend pane in the bnet launcher.

 

Just another way for people to spy on me when I'm playing games T_T

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