BlackBerry has begun rolling out its BBM service for iOS even though it doesn't officially launch until tomorrow.
BBM for Android should also appear in the Google Play Store at some point this weekend.
Android users are currently faced with an abudance of fake BBM apps, with one receiving 100,000 downloads before being pulled, but should be granted the official app soon.
The launch of BBM for iOS and Android comes just two weeks after Alex Kinsella, senior strategic account manager at BlackBerry tweeted that the app had been submitted for review.
Reports back in July confirmed that BBM was expected to launch on Android before the end of September.
It was initially rumoured that BBM for iPhone and Android would be launching on 27th June after pictures of the app were tweeted by an unofficially Twitter feed, BlackBerry Worldwide.
It's been a difficult time for BlackBerry as the company has just confirmed 4,500 job cuts after nearly $1 million in net operating losses is expected to be announced soon.