The user guide for BlackBerry Messenger for iOS has accidentally appeared online. The 13-page guide is pretty standard fare with no images, and outlines features like creating a Blackberry user account and viewing the profiles of other BBM users. There was also a splash page for the app, according to N4BB:
However, it appears someone at BlackBerry jumped the gun and prematurely published some materials, including a splash page. The download links did not go to the intended competing platforms stores.However, the user guides for BBM on Android and iOS were able to be snapped up and saved.
BlackBerry announced BBM for iOS and Android in May. The BBM app will require iOS 6 or higher, and is still set for a summer release as far was we know. This will be the first time that the service will be available on non-BlackBerry devices. It will be competing with Apple's iMessage, Google Hangouts, WhatsApp, and many other messaging solutions.
Will you be using BBM on your iPhone when it comes out?