In the middle of last year, at its annual developer conference, Blackberry made the announcement that their messaging system, one of the workhorses in the mobile world is going to become an application that supports major mobile platforms on the market. A few days after the announcement culminated in the launch of BBM for phones with iOS and Android OS.
Now, almost a year of this announcement, Blackberry made the official presentation of the BBM application for Windows Phone. The platform will be compatible only with phones that use version 8 or successive, the Microsoft operating system.
The features that included BBM for Windows Phone are the chats, which work similarly to WhatsApp, group discussions, search of friends within the platform, allowing you to feed to keep abreast of everything that makes your contacts within BBM.
Blackberry Messenger currently has 85 million active users in their native platform, iOS and Android.
The BBM is now available and Beta version can be downloaded for free from the Windows Phone app store.