With these advancements, the BlackBerry applications have become more widely available with the Hub+ Suite of BlackBerry apps supporting Android devices running Android 5.0 and higher. The BlackBerry Hub also supports Gmail, Yahoo!, Outlook.com, Microsoft Exchange accounts, and many IMAP and POP3 email providers.

Currently, the following apps are supported on BlackBerry Hub for Android:

  • BBM
  • BBM Enterprise
  • LinkedIn
  • WhatsApp
  • Facebook
  • Pinterest
  • Skype
  • Instagram
  • Slack
  • Viber
  • Messenger
  • WeChat
  • Line
  • Line Lite
  • Telegram
  • Hangouts
  • Twitter
  • TextNow
  • Skype for Business
  • Skype Lite
  • Kakaotalk
  • Zalo
  • Qzone
  • Kik
  • QQ
  • QQI
  • QQ Lite
  • Signal
  • Facebook Lite
  • Teams
  • Yahoo Messenger
  • Remind
  • Tumblr
  • XING
  • GroupMe
  • Skype China
  • Discord
  • Reddit

BlackBerry has done an admirable job adding in loads of social integration for the BlackBerry Hub on Android. Users can get a lot of value from having just one place to check for all their most important notifications.

There's been a steady flow of updates to the Hub+ Suite on Android, and we're looking forward to seeing what else will come considering the upcoming releases. We'll keep this post updated with the current information on account support within the BlackBerry Hub for Android.

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Download BlackBerry Hub for Android