Although the BlackBerry Hub+ beta app updates have been quiet since then end of July, it seems as though they might be getting back to a steady cadence soon enough. A new batch of beta apps has arrived on the Google Play Store, and according to the changelogs, plenty has addressed in the downtime.

BlackBerry Hub+ Inbox

  • Use delegated or shared email accounts when you add a Microsoft Exchange Web Services account
  • Send read receipts and respond to read receipts with a Microsoft Exchange Web Services account
  • Apply your device's dark or light theme setting (on devices running Android 10 or later)
  • Switch to the dark theme when you turn on the device battery saver (on devices running Android 9 or earlier)

BlackBerry Hub+ Services

  • Microsoft Exchange Web Services support

BlackBerry Hub+ Contacts

  • Use delegated or shared accounts when you add a Microsoft Exchange Web Services account
  • Apply your device's dark or light theme setting (on devices running Android 10 or later)
  • Switch to the dark theme when you turn on the device battery saver (on devices running Android 9 or earlier)

BlackBerry Hub+ Calendar

  • Use delegated or shared calendars when you add a Microsoft Exchange Web Services account
  • View file attachments in calendar events from a Microsoft Exchange Web Services account
  • Apply your device's dark or light theme setting (on devices running Android 10 or later)
  • Switch to the dark theme when you turn on the device battery saver (on devices running Android 9 or earlier)

BlackBerry Hub+ Notes

  • Apply your device's dark or light theme setting (on devices running Android 10 or later)
  • Switch to the dark theme when you turn on the device battery saver (on devices running Android 9 or earlier)

BlackBerry Hub+ Tasks

  • Apply your device's dark or light theme setting (on devices running Android 10 or later)
  • Switch to the dark theme when you turn on the device battery saver (on devices running Android 9 or earlier)

The addition of support for Microsoft Exchange Web Services will help even more users get connected through BlackBerry Hub+ while the addition of dark theme support when Battery Saver mode is enabled is a subtle overall enhancement.

Unfortunately, the Android 10 dark theme support won't mean much to current BlackBerry users since we're still waiting to see if even Android Pie will arrive, but for those using an Android 10 capable device, it's certainly a noteworthy addition to the Hub+ apps.

Thanks, Rodney!