BlackBerry KEY2 beta updatesSource: CrackBerry

Update - BlackBerry reached out to clarify that this notice only pertains to the BlackBerry Hub+ beta programs and will not impact any of their other BlackBerry Beta Programs such as those for Enterprise. Those will cotinue to be maintained through Codecenter.

Back in July 2018, BlackBerry moved away from their BlackBerry Beta Zone and launched a new beta program with the folks at Centercode. Now, a new email being sent out to members of that community states the time there is coming to an end as well.

Howdy!

We're writing today to share that we will be closing this beta community next week. We would like to thank everyone who spent time with us here over the last 2 years -- your feedback made a big difference in our releases and helped to shape the quality and features of our current suite.

The BlackBerry apps featured in this beta program will continue to have beta releases in Google Play! You can choose to Join or Leave beta testing for individual apps by clicking the appropriate link on an app's page in the Google Play app. We'll continue to receive and monitor all feedback submitted through the Private feedback to developer section in the Google Play app (on each app's page). You can also send feedback to our published support address, bbappsupport@blackberry.com.

Thank you again for joining us in this community! We'll continue to see you online on our social media channels and other forums.

Cheers,

BlackBerry Beta Team

Naturally, it's disappointing to see the BlackBerry Hub+ Centercode beta communuty being shut down but as noted in the email, beta releases will still continue and feedback will be collected through the Google Play Store. Alternatively, you can also share any issues or feedback in the CrackBerry Forums. Larger issues tend to find their way to BlackBerry and fixes get released if enough people are vocal.

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