Blackberry extends the Hub+ Suite to Android devices with 5.0 or higher
The first time that Blackberry went official with the management of Android was the partnership that birthed the sharing of the BBM suite with their Android counterparts, making the highly exclusive messaging platform open sourced to the uses of the Google-inspired OS likewise.
Now and again, it seems that BB is looking to further cement the nice relationship that they are having with Google by release another one of its exclusive applications to the general use and this one is none other than the Hub+ suite.
Given that there was a limitation for devices which had lower screen resolutions earlier, this restriction has been removed and such smartphones can now aso make use of it. Note that you would have to be running on the basic Android Lollipop 5.0 or higher if you would be partaking of tis and now, the number of apps that you can enjoy under the Hub+ suite has been improved.
Formerly available with the Hub, Calendar and Password Keeper apps, you can now have access to Contacts, Tasks, Device Search, Notes and Launcher via the Hub.
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