How to use Blackberry Hub for free in Android
Mini Bytes: Blackberry is bringing its most famous up software to the Android devices running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow or newer version.
Blackberry has introduced a hard secured Android software that was having the security features of Blackberry 10. This software was called as Blackberry hub which was released for the Android platform running on PRIV.
Hub is one of the most popular software which has email messaging, Chats, Social networking and other accounts can also be added together, so that you can view it on your dashboard by grouping all together.
This feature was previously only available in Blackberry 10, but since there is a boost in the usage of Android platform all over the world, Blackberry has decided to introduce its hub software in the Android platform.
Blackberry Hub+ plus can be downloaded from Google play store for free.
It can be used in your Android phone for free up to 30 days, but after 30 days you need to pay for Blackberry Hub+ as a subscription fee of $0.99 per month.
If you don’t want to pay for this software, then you can skip the payment that will enable you to show ads in your Blackberry Hub+ app. Both the paid app and the app with ads will provide you the same features which you have in BlackBerry hub.
The only difference between the paid app and the app with ads is you use the paid app with ads-free experience and with ads it’ll be something or annoying while using all the best features of Blackberry Hub+.
But since you are paying to Blackberry they have more features that can be unlocked, if you subscribe for the monthly subscription package.
- Blackberry Contacts
- Device Search
Blackberry also told that since this is the first software to release to the Android platform in the upcoming days they will be releasing more features to the Android mobiles.