Blackberry Releases the BB Hub Services to all Marshmallow devices
The world is constantly evolving and to better keep in touch with everything, we are sometimes forced to subscribe to the use of a variety of apps. Now, with the rates at which these apps refresh, we sometimes feel overwhelmed by them and think it hard to keep up with everything. It is for this single reason that the engineers at Blackberry have been in the works over a possible solution and now, we have it in form of the BlackBerry Hub support for all device that currently run the Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
At first, you would be able to download the BlackBerry Hub+ Services for free after which you would be placed on trial for 30 days. After the initial 30 days, you would be asked to either stick with the freemium plan which means you would be susceptible to ads or go premium for a price of $0.99 monthly which not only removes ads but gives you access to other services such as your own Launcher, access to Contacts, Tasks, Search, etc.
Remember that if you have an android and would love to be a partaker of this goodie, your device must be running nothing older than the Marshmallow.
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