BlackBerry adds new apps for its Hub+ platform for Android
Canadian telecommunications employer Blackberry introduced new offerings for its Android Hub+ platform on Monday morning. Besides the Hub, Calendar and Password Keeper, which had been available earlier, another six apps are now to be had for Android customers, for each Marshmallow and Lollipop variations of the working gadget. These apps encompass Contacts, Responsibilities, Device Seek, Notes, and Launcher, all a part of Blackberry’s productivity suite. They are available for a loose 30-day period, after which they may cost 99 cents in keeping with the month. Hub, Calendar, Password Keeper, and Launcher will remain loose, however with commercials. The platform has additionally gotten a few updates, Blackberry stated in a weblog submit. A new widget is also launched, backed by using popular call for. “As requested by way of a lot of our customers, we’ve introduced a BlackBerry Hub widget,” the post says. “Hub additionally now helps HTML signatures and SCEP/Certificates-based authentication. Some noteworthy improvements in BlackBerry Calendar consist of short reminders and out-of-workplace availability.” Blackberry has long been considered (and it nevertheless is, by way of many) the next Nokia – a telephone manufacturer that did not adapt and died within the manner. This past changed into hailed by using many, but additionally served as evidence that Besides iOS and Android, there’s little room for different running systems.