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BlackBerry Updates Android Applications – Launcher with Dark Theme!

BlackBerry Android Updates

BlackBerry just released the updates to the applications for the Android devices. This update is quite a special one, introducing additional features to a few of the applications, which includes the BlackBerry Launcher and introduces the dark theme to it. Be sure to check them out!

Here’s what have changed throughout:

BlackBerry Hub+ Apps

  • Accounts Improvements: It’s easier than ever to stay organized! You can now choose to hide specific accounts from Hub and Contacts and stop them from synchronizing. You can also set a default email account in the Hub for sending.
  • A Better Hub at a Glance: Create a custom view for emails that can be personalized to multiple, specific contacts and show contact avatars in Hub email notifications.
  • Tasks Improvements: Completed tasks can now be hidden.
  • More Attachments: .eml email attachments are now viewable.

BlackBerry Android Keyboard

  • Switching Languages: Enjoy visual enhancements and quicker response when you switch languages.
  • Expanded Chinese Input: Our keyboard now supports Chinese input methods like Stoke and Zhuyin!
  • Fingerprint support: If you are using password autofill, you can use your fingerprint on supported phones, including DTEK60, to unlock Password Keeper for faster access.

BlackBerry Messenger

  • Chats now support very long messages!
  • Access all Free Stickers in one tap from BBM Discovery Tab.
  • More secure Sign In for Users who Signed Up with Phone.
  • Bug fixes.

BlackBerry Launcher

  • Dark Theme: Give your launcher a sleeker, sexier look! Dark Theme makes the background of the “All Apps” grid black instead of white.

BlackBerry Password Keeper

  • Autofill Enhancements: Unlock autofill with your fingerprint directly from the BlackBerry Keyboard.
  • Built-in Browser: Open and log in to web pages directly from Password Keeper, even on non-BlackBerry devices.
  • New Password Font: Is that a small l in your password, or a capital I? Now you’ll be able to tell!
  • Non-Latin Character Support: Password Keeper now supports non-Latin characters, including Chinese.
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  2. Really nice and definitely it will be useful for many people Terrence. Kindly keep update like this.

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