"We've gotten an incredible number of requests for BBM to come to Windows Phone," BlackBerry proclaimed in its post announcing BBM for Windows Phone beta today. Whether that means 10 or 10,000 of you have been begging
for the service is unclear, but either way, it's just about here.
You'll get the usual list of features, such as individual and group
chats, contacts and feeds, albeit with a refreshed Windows Phone-esque
UI. BBM Voice, Channels and Glympse location sharing won't be available
initially, however. You can sign up for access to the limited beta today, or wait for BlackBerry to open up access to everyone within the next few weeks.