Windows Phone users can now access the popular BlackBerry Messenger app following the launch of a beta version for Microsoft's mobile operating system.
"We've gotten an incredible number of requests for BBM to come to Windows Phone," the blog read. "In the coming weeks we'll be ready to welcome millions of Windows Phone users to the growing BBM community."
A full app launch is coming soon, but Windows Phone fans can sign up for the limited beta today, where they'll get the usual access to chats, group chats, feeds and BBM contacts integration, all packaged in a Windows Phone interface.
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