BlackBerry released its Hub to Google Play Store. Thus bringing its one of the best software features to Android users running the Android 6.0 Marshmallow on their handsets.The BlackBerry Hub app is an incredibly unified inbox which brings all your calendars, emails, messages to a single list. It also integrates with services like WhatsApp, SMS, Slack and Instagram, enabling users to check and respond to notifications from many sources without having to leave the Hub.BlackBerry Hub was launched on the Play Store as a part of a suite of applications the company is availing on Android. Furthermore, the app also has Password Keeper and calendar application that comes pre-installed on the BlackBerry smartphone.Google allows you to download a trial version, of which you use for at least 30 days. After that, you can either use it as a free app that has ads, or you can subscribe to access the entire suite of applications. In the US, it costs 99 cents per month that are approximately 75 pence in the UK.The suite of applications has the 3 aforementioned applications as well as Notes, Device Search, Tasks, Contacts as well as the BlackBerry Launcher. The app’s launch on Google Play Store extends the best of BlackBerry’s secure productivity and communication to Android devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.This application is rumored to be finding ways to expand its Access to those with devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop.We can speculate that BlackBerry does not have the luxury to keep its features for itself anymore. We can also say it is creating a chance to keep its name relevant. BlackBerry fans that have moved on will be able to enjoy the productive tools they love from the Hub services.Take advantage of the rich formatting tool to important items to and capture the reader’s attention. With its many features, this application is worth giving a shot.
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