Hub++ goes on sale for the BlackBerry Z3 launch

By Alicia Erlich on 17 May 2014 09:12 pm EDT
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With the launch of the BlackBerry Z3 this week, select applications are being placed on sale for free in the BlackBerry World storefront as a limited time promotion for the Z3 only. Popular LED application Hub++ is one of the application included in this sale and as and such anyone in Indonesia can download for free until May 29th.

In addition to being included in this promotion, the developer has placed Hub++ on sale for all other regions for $1.99 (regular $2.99) during this time frame as well and has been extended until June 13th.

Features

  • Integrated with system notification profiles (Silent, Normal etc.)
  • Supports WhatsApp, BBM, Skype, WeChat
  • Supports Email, Work Email, Calendar, SMS, Phone
  • Supports Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, LinkedIn
  • Supports system events such as network coverage, battery charging etc.
  • Compose your own LED/Vibrate pattern with unique LED keyboard
  • Repeated Audio and Patterned Vibrate notifications
  • Profiles based on schedule, bedside mode, in-a-call and in-holster
  • Flag important notifications as favorites
  • Add a reminder to any notification
  • Customize notifications down to the bones per Account or per Contact
  • Contact Rules allow for matching based on sender, to, cc, subject and content keywords
  • Contact Rules can also take auto actions such as Mark Read, Flag, Forward and Delete
  • Flip to silent or dismiss notifications

If you've been meaning to pick up this application, this is the perfect time to do so. Not only does it allow users to set their own custom notifications, including disco patterns, but it features a clean, native interface, over forty preloaded audio alerts, and the option to set vibration lengths and patterns.

Hub++ supports all BlackBerry 10 devices. It is also headless which only helps to improve the BlackBerry experience.

Download Hub++ from BlackBerry World

Reader comments

Hub++ goes on sale for the BlackBerry Z3 launch

42 Comments

Nice "one"!

Swiped via CB10 with my T-Mobile USA (Only T-Mo rep still pushing  )  ‎BlackBerry Q10...oh wait a sec....its my new  BlackBerry Z30 (STA100-5), son! The holy grail of phones! Once you go BlackBerry, everything else is wack-berry! LOL! #longestsignatureever

I would love a CB post that reviews and compare all the led apps. Hub++, BeBuzz, PowerTools and other such apps.

And yes, "Advanced OS and LED" on BBOS is the best app I have ever seen for LED management.

Posted via CB10

I switched from Hub++ to BeBuzz. With Hub++ I lost my keyboard tap sounds and couldn't find how to turn them back on. I also find BeBuzz much easier to setup as well.

Posted via CB10

Happy with hub++ now that I finally figured it out. Gave me my network green LED indicator back from bbos. Just don't forget to use "backup" in its settings, I learned that the hard way when they did an app upgrade

:)

Sounds like an awesome app.

Swiped via CB10 with my T-Mobile USA (Only T-Mo rep still pushing  )  ‎BlackBerry Q10...oh wait a sec....its my new  BlackBerry Z30 (STA100-5), son! The holy grail of phones! Once you go BlackBerry, everything else is wack-berry! LOL! #longestsignatureever

Hub++ is my LED app of choice. I've switched back and forth between Hub++ and BeBuzz and found the former to more reliable. BeBuzz was late at becoming headless and had even stopped working on my device.

Posted via CB10 on the Zed Ten

Anyone having issues purchasing apps on BBW?

It keeps prompting me to log into PayPal but it won't ever log in

To add a contact to Hub++, go to Contacts, click New, and under Criteria, choose the method of communication (text or email or...) that the person will be contacting you by. Then, click +From and select the contact. After that is done, click the > symbol at the top right to move from Criteria to Notifications. You can now select the LED or ring tones. Make sure to save. Hope this helps.

Posted via CB10 on the Zed Ten

There a number of posts that talk about Z3 coming to six other Asian countries including India. However, no timeline yet.
"After Indonesia it will be gradually introduced in six other countries including the Philippines, India, Vietnam and Malaysia." - The Globe And Mail

Isn't the Z10 18,000 rupees in India? Why would you want the Z3? It has a Crap camera, screen and slower processor. I think they could have gone 720 p in it and a 8 mpix camera costs pennies more.

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Just gradual launch of z3 in India mustn't after the ground has already lost to Moto E/g or Lumia630 or Nokia XL. Jfyi - Moto e sold 80,000 units in it's 1st day of launch in India. Hoping, bbz3 doesn't come when it's too late. Fingers crossed!

Just a heads up. I've experienced problems with this app. Volume and led related issues that caused me to miss important texts. This is well documented here (eg. my volume up botton stopped working). deleted it

Posted via CB10

Sorry to hear that! Volume UP button is one of the many option that you could use to dismiss notifications. Peek into the HUB, Flip the Device, etc.

Hub++ has the potential to be an excellent app, but right now it's only a "good" as other users have said, you lose the keyboard sounds which is a big drawback for me. In order to make Hub++ excellent, the developers need to give the ability to create several profiles, for office, home, car etc.

Posted via CB10

I've been using it but I hate it. Sometimes it just stops working and I miss calls and texts. I have to reboot the phone or even uninstall/reinstall sometimes. It's just a pain.

Posted via CB10

Sorry to hear that. Please note that the latest HUB++ headless service will start upon UI launch. We expect that the OS 10.3 would stabilize the issue where long running headless service stops. It is something that all the 3rd party headless apps are experiencing.