Rollout of BlackBerry Messenger also affects Windows Phone this summer with the same features as known from Android and iOS.
BlackBerry covers slowly but surely all the bases while they try to make their BlackBerry Messenger for a monster of a messaging app that works on all platforms.
Their trials are, as you know, started with BBM for Android and iOS, but now for the summer comes the application also for Windows Phone. According to the company, will BBM for Windows Phone comes with exactly the same features as today available to the rival operating systems, including stickers.
BBM Groups (which lets you chat with up to 50 people at the same time) and Channels will also be included in the Starter Pack to combat competitors like WhatsApp and Hangout.
BBM is coming to Windows Phone Store in the coming months