A new post on the Inside BlackBerry Blog from Alex Thurber has laid out the status of monthly updates for the Priv as the device has now moved well beyond the two years of monthly software updates BlackBerry originally committed to.
This is just a quick heads up to let you all know there's a new BlackBerry Hub update now available on Google Play. The changes here are small and just meant to align with the latest BlackBerry Hub+ Services update.
A new BlackBerry Hub+ Services update has landed on Google Play and is now ready for download. This release highlights a few important fixes for those experiencing battery drain, crashes on Android Oreo and more!
Two years ago today, BlackBerry CEO John Chen officially announced plans to launch the company's first Android-powered BlackBerry smartphone known formally as Priv by BlackBerry. Are you still using it?
Taking on styling from BlackBerry 10, Keyboard File for Android allows you to enjoy the benefits of a physical keyboard for file management on your BlackBerry Priv or KEYone by integrating multiple keyboard shortcuts.
Has your BlackBerry Hub been a little sluggish since the last update? If so, you'll want to go ahead and fire up the Google Play Store and get the latest updates for the BlackBerry Hub and BlackBerry Hub+ Services downloaded.
Looking for an Android web browser that supports shortcut keys similar to BlackBerry 10? Look no further than Keyboard Browser. Keyboard Browser for Android allows you to enjoy the benefits of a physical keyboard for your internet browsing.
BlackBerry has now pushed their latest round of Android updates to Google Play and this month is packed full of changes for Hub users and it introduces Privacy Shade, thus far a standalone app, into the BlackBerry Hub+ subscription service.
The BlackBerry Security Incident Response Team has now announced they have begun the rollout of the May Android security update for BlackBerry smartphones. As per normal, once downloaded and installed, you should see your security patch level change.
Keeping in line with their monthly security update schedule, the BlackBerry Security Incident Response Team on Twitter has now let it be known that BlackBerry has begun their rollout of the April Android update.