The BlackBerry Keyboard app for Android is loaded with features but that hasn't stopped BlackBerry from gathering feedback on how to make it even better. A new update rolling out through Google Play adds two popular requests to the mix plus, it adds greater security support for enterprise customers.
If you're a Priv owner on AT&T who has been struck with the 'No Service' bug that has been affecting some AT&T Privs since mid-September, you'll be pleased to know there has been some movement towards fixing the issue.
After having spent some time in the BlackBerry Beta Zone, October's BlackBerry Android software updates are now rolling out to everyone. This time around, there's updates for Hub+, Camera, Keyboard, Password Keeper and more!
If you're part of the Hub+ Services beta this won't be anything really new to you but, if you're not part of the beta program, the latest Hub+ Services update is now available and brings along with it Facebook Messenger integration for the BlackBerry Hub.
If you're among the many who took advantage of grabbing an unlocked AT&T Priv for cheap only to find out you were somewhat shut out of updates, I have some good news for you. Starting today, with a new software update that should be arriving soon, your updates will now come directly from BlackBerry.
If you're a BlackBerry Beta Zone member who is testing all of the Hub+ Services apps, there are some new updates waiting for you in Google Play. For the most part, the changes are noted being bug fixes for BlackBerry Hub, BlackBerry Calendar, Contacts by BlackBerry, Tasks by BlackBerry and Notes by BlackBerry but one, arguably, larger change is the addition of Facebook Messenger to the...