Today BlackBerry declared that its Hub software will be available for all Android smartphone running current OS Android 6.0 Marshmallow or upcoming OS. The Hub unites social networking, email, messaging and other accounts in one dashboard which was formerly available on BB10 devices or BB’s own Android smartphone such as Priv or newly released DTEK50.
In Google’s Play Store, the app will be known as BlackBerry Hub+ which will be available for 30 days free trail. After 30 days, users have to subscribe for the app for $0.99 per month for an ad-free practice. The app contains the BlackBerry Calendar, Hub itself, and password manager. Users who will subscribe the app will be able to get access to BlackBerry’s Tasks, BlackBerry's Contacts, Notes, Search Devices, and Launcher.
BlackBerry states that this is the first software service from its new Mobility Solutions Group and that more are in the progress. The company says that it’s functioning to create the Hub+ obtainable for Android Lollipop devices, as well. The Hub and all of its associated services and features will be integrated on BlackBerry’s own devices with no extra charges.
The basic purpose of the BlackBerry’s move is to step into software and services division and to become a more dependable company. At the same time the firm will remain connected with smartphone business and will continue to provide smartphones with high security and secure device-management services. The Hub+ app can offer extra revenue rivulet and capable to attract productivity intellect customers. Download trail version of Hub+ today and enjoy the app free for 30 days.