BlackBerry has now pushed a new beta update for the BlackBerry Hub+ Services app to fix a small bug that was preventing new Hub users or those setting up Hub again for the first time from authorizing their Twitter accounts.
As posted on the Twitter blog, the company has now revealed an internal bug caused passwords to be stored unencrypted. However, the changing password suggestion is out of an abundance of caution, not due to any breach.
Although it was initially introduced as 'Save For Later' back in October, Twitter today has announced the full rollout of a new Bookmarks feature that allows Twitter users to privately save Tweets for later.
When the last Twitter for BlackBerry 10 update rolled out, BlackBerry CEO John Chen noted there was another release being worked on and lo and behold, it has now arrived sporting some much-needed changes and feature additions.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in an interview that the social network's current 140-character limit for public posts is "staying". Previous rumors claimed Twitter was considering an option to increase that limit to 10,000 characters.
Still using Twitter for BlackBerry? If so, you might have noticed the app having some issues with displaying images in your timeline and the loading of images when a link is followed but no matter. A new update has finally been released to BlackBerry World that aims to solve those issues.