There has been a lot of BlackBerry headlines this morning. The Wall Street Journal published a report today claiming BlackBerry will "slash its workforce by 40%" before the end of the year, but not all of the news has been bad. BlackBerry also announced today its new BlackBerry Z30 smartphone, and that its long awaited BlackBerry Messenger app will be available for Android on September 21 and iOS on September 22.
The app has had a few problems getting out of the gate, like being hung up in Apple's app review process for over two weeks, but it is almost finally here. Here are some of the features you can expect from BBM when it arrives this weekend.