While Klassen does not mention Windows Phone specifically, it is now the largest mobile operating system not to have the messaging service available on it.
He went on to add that BlackBerry “want(s) more are more people to enjoy and experience BBM”.
Last week, BlackBerry planned to release BBM on Android and iOS.
However it was forced to delay the release of the messaging service after an earlier, unauthorised version of the messaging app appeared on the Google Play store.
According to BlackBerry, the issues regarding the release of BBM on Android and iOS are “still being probed”. It added that it is still “working to address all the identified bottleneck”.