With BlackBerry 10, I absolutely love the Hub because it’s the first thing I check every morning and throughout the day. All my messages in one place, it’s so convenient. Now we’ve seen WhatsApp and now Foursquare be knighted with Hub integration. As a group we use WhatsApp (until BBM goes cross-platform that is) and we use Foursquare. I’ve used Foursquare for quite a long time now. But one app I keep hoping to see be graced with Hub integration is Blaq.
The Hub has all your notifications, BBM messages, Text Messages, Emails, Facebook Messages, Twitter Messages, LinkedIn, Calls, Emergency Alerts, and Pin Messages, but it also now includes WhatsApp Messages and Foursquare.
Now WhatsApp is a cross-platform messenger that has quite the user base. You can have groups, chats, invite friends to download and chat with you via WhatsApp. It’s free for the first year then $.99 each year thereafter.
Foursquare is a another large user base app. The application is a GPS check in you can use very similar to Facebook’s Check In. However with Foursquare you can earn badges, mayorships, send messages back and forth, and unlock specials from nearby restaurants, pubs, and merchants. There’ are a lot of advantages and fun to using the Foursquare app if you use it responsibly.
Blaq for BlackBerry 10 is an amazing Twitter app by Kisai Labs. The developer who is dedicated and very meticulous with his work is Jerome Carty. We met him in person at BlackBerry Live and he’s the easiest and most down to earth person to chat with. I also respect his dedication and hard work. If you have ever used Blaq for BlackBerry 10, you’ll understand where I’m coming from. The app is really nice, fast, and with the new update you’re going to be pleasantly surprised even more. And just recently with the update for BeBuzz 10 Pro we learned that Blaq version 1.1 will be supported. I would love to see Blaq for Blackberry 10 in the Hub. I love how it works, love the way it’s fast with messages and direct messages. I know there are many of us who agree that Blaq belongs in the Hub. So now we ask you if Blaq is an app you’d like to see in the Hub? We’d like to know what your feelings are. I hope that BlackBerry will be allowing Blaq in the Hub really soon. It’s one of those apps that rates with high with WhatsApp and Foursquare. What will it take for Blaq to make it to the Hub?
Let us know your thoughts and opinions. Would you like to see Blaq for Blackberry 10 in the BlackBerry Hub?