Now as BlackBerry is moving away from the retail market, they published their popular messenger BBM for Android and iOS already. BBM was one of the main reasons to buy a BlackBerry but with a decreasing market share it is only obvious BlackBerry needs to expand its services to other platforms also (just like Nokia did with HERE).
Anyhow, so far BBM is not available on Windows Phone or Windows. Many say it is because Microsoft is (was) BlackBerry’s biggest opponent in the fight for the third spot in the race of ecosystems. Now BlackBerry Leaks reports the popular messenger is on its way to Windows Phone along with a web and tablet version. Of course this is just positive news as BBM is a very important service for businesses and with Windows Phone also being a business platform this is an app which very many users will appreciate to have.
Of course we cannot say how high the probability is but with Windows Phone actually already being the third big platform it is very likely BlackBerry is developing an app for Windows Phone also.