BlackBerry Hub update brings Dark Theme, support for WeChat and Line notifications

With more than 500,000 downloads in the Google Play Store, BlackBerry Hub is one of the most popular communication organizers for Android devices. It's a great tool that provides users with a unified inbox where they can check their messages, email, calendar, social or phone calls.

The latest BlackBerry Hub adds a plethora of new features and enhancements, such as the new Dark Theme that can be enabled inside the app, as well as support for .msg attachments.

BlackBerry also brought back “attachment view,” so Hub users will now be able to enable a separate view that shows attachments only. According to BlackBerry, the newly added feature even displays attachments that have not yet been downloaded.

As the title says, support for WeChat and Line notifications has also been implemented, along with filling improvements. The latter is meant to show improved suggestions when filing emails based on most frequently used folders.

The update also brings some security improvements such as enhanced S/MIME details and attachment support, as well as FIPS-validated S/MIME for BlackBerry Android.

If you don't own a BlackBerry, you will be able to use the Hub for free for 30 days, after which ads will be displayed within the app. In order to remove them, you will have to subscribe to BlackBerry Hub+ from the app.



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