BlackBerry has revealed what BBM for Windows Phone will look like and I have to say I am impressed that they are taking bolds steps. BBM on Windows Phone will use the native UI of Windows Phone instead of trying to mimic the BlackBerry 10 app on the platform. This is a departure for BlackBerry to focus on using the platforms best UI experience rather than shoving BlackBerry 10 down their throat.
They have also simplified the sign up and sign in concept along with adding friends. I have to say I like how they have boiled down the app to contacts, chats, and feeds. They are going to bring stickers, BBM Voice, Channels, and Location Sharing via Glympse in the coming months.
Right now they have opened up a sign up area in the Beta Zone for users to sign up to enter the current private beta. Let us know if you join!