Earlier last week, BlackBerry announced DTEK50, “world’s most secured Android smartphone”. Now, the Canadian company is again in news for the launch of BlackBerry Hub Plus suite of Android apps.
Blackberry Hub is an awesome unified inbox that brings all your messages, emails, calendars, and more into a single device. The company has announced that the same Blackberry Hub will be available for Android users. That means you don’t need to own a BlackBerry phone to access these features.
It brings messaging, calendar, password keeper, and contacts and you can get the full details at BlackBerry Blog. Currently, the feature is only available for the latest android version, i.e. on 6.0 Android Marshmallow devices.
Blackberry offers the Trial version of 30-day, which is available on the Google Play Store. Once the trial version is over, users can use the BlackBerry Hub Plus suite for free with ad banners or choose the premium version for $0.99 per month.
The apps are already available on the Blackberry Priv and DTEK50 android phones. BlackBerry is further planning to bring this to the Android 5.0 Lollipop version and iOS users in the future.