Blackberry the once dominant smart company has announced its striding into the Android software market. The Blackberry Hub including all services are now available at the Play store. The Hub is a collection of all your e-mails, productive apps, social media notifications and calendar notifications.
Users need to install the Blackberry Hub app from Play store name as Hub+ and then the app will prompt to install the Blackberry Hub+ services. The app can be found on the Play store while looking for the ‘+’ sign.
As per the recent from Android, every app need individual security permission to access various tasks, post-installation of the app will prompt for the notification access and once they are taken care of users will get all their notifications at one place including text messages, missed call alerts etc.
Users will be charged a $0.99 after the 30 days free trail. Though the Hub+ keeps you organized and all but its success depends on people if they want to pay for it doesn’t matter how little it might be. Though the Blackberry fans might find it intriguing.
Despite its failure in the hardware market with Priv and DTEK50 the company still has a lot of software that the customers in the enterprise world might vouch for.