BlackBerry Updates The Hub+ Beta App With A Handful Of Fixes

BlackBerry has updated the Hub+ Beta app with a handful of fixes that should help improve the overall user experience. Most of the changes that appear in this update to the beta version of Hub+ are for BlackBerry Hub itself, but BlackBerry does note that there were fixes made to all of the applications that are part of the Hub+ suite, which includes BlackBerry Calendar, BlackBerry Password Keeper, Notes by BlackBerry, Contacts by BlackBerry, BlackBerry Launcher, Tasks by BlackBerry, and Device Search.

In regards to the changes, when it comes to the bug fixes for all of the apps that are included in the Hub+ suite, specific details that explain the bug fixes aren't mentioned so users may not be able to tell exactly what bugs were fixed as there doesn't seem to be a changelog that's been posted. However, for users that have their hands on the beta and were having issues with any bugs, chances are that this update has fixed at least some of them and things should run more smoothly. Bugs should also be expected as this is a beta version of the Hub+ suite of apps, and things are generally never as stable with a beta app as they are with a non-beta offering.

When it comes to the changes for BlackBerry Hub, There are a handful of things to make note of. There is now a setting for automatically adding CC and BCC to your emails, and of course there are bug fixes and performance improvements here too, so things with the Hub should feel more optimized than before. Integrated notifications for Telegram and Kik are now supported with the Hub if either of these are one of your chosen methods for messaging communication, and there is now support for phones that allow Dual SIM cards as well as support for Android Wear notifications, which means that if you wear an Android Wear smartwatch your BlackBerry Hub notifications will pop up on your wrist. If you're using BlackBerry Hub+ beta then you should see the updates available in the My Apps section of the Play Store, and if not then it just comes down to waiting for the update to hit your device.

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