User guides for BlackBerry Messenger for Android and iOS leaked accidentally


It’s almost summer’s end but we are yet to see BlackBerry Messenger for Android and iOS. Today, the user guides for BlackBerry Messenger for Android and iOS have been leaked online. The 13 page guide is pretty much what you’d expect. It explains features like creating BlackBerry ID, adding friends and viewing profiles of other BBM users.

According to N4BB:

However, it appears someone at BlackBerry jumped the gun and prematurely published some materials, including a splash page. Thedownload 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, formally know as Research In Motion, announced BBM for Android and iOS back in May. At the time, we were told BBM for Android will require Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the iOS version will require iOS 6 or higher. Other then that, BlackBerry gave no more information about BBM for Android and iOS. So thank you whoever leaked these user guides, because at least they provide more insight on what is arguably BlackBerry’s last gift to the mobile market.

Check out leaked guides below and let us know what you think of them.

[via N4BB and Image via Tech Crunch]

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