BlackBerry Hub+ will accept Android


The Canadian Android device maker Company BlackBerry has provided its BlackBerry Hub+ for Android devices. Users who will have Android 6.0 Marshmallow or above on their smartphones can use this smart app.It is an easy-to- navigate app which puts not only emails from users’ accounts but also their text messages, social chats, and instant messenger notification in one place. What’s more, it provides Calendar, Hub and Password keeper services.

Though the app is free to download from Google Play, it provides a 30-day free trial. After this trial, there are two options to continue this service.

1. Users can still access this app as free. But they have to use it with the ad-based experience.

2. Users have to pay 99 cents per month for ad-free service. Also, they can get access to additional apps with it such as launcher, device search, contacts, tasks, and notes.

If users use devices like BlackBerry DTEK50 and BlackBerry Priv, they can use this app as free as well as without ads. The company is planning to bring this app for Android Lollipop devices in the future.

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