BlackBerry announced earlier this month that some of the BB apps that were on the Priv will also come to other Android phones. However, there was a catch: only Calendar, Hub and Password Keeper were available and could run only on devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. But now the Canadian company has expanded the service even further.
More BB apps for Android devices
Last month, the Canadian firm announced that it will soon launch BlackBerry Hub+, under which it offers Hub, Calendar and Password Keeper, which serve useful purposes such as unifying all the user’s email and social posts, syncing work with personal accounts and organizing password records, respectively. There were a few limitations though, like that other BB apps such as Contacts, Device Search, and Notes did not make the leap, and the device had to be running on Android Marshmallow.
Now more Android devices will have more BB apps available to them. With the latest changes, the Hub+ app (including Notes, Tasks, Launcher, Device search and Contacts) is also compatible with Android devices that run 5.0 Lollipop, notes Android Authority.
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