BlackBerry introduces BlackBerry Blend app

BlackBerry has announced a new application called Blackberry Blend. The app seamlessly brings messaging and content from user’s BlackBerry smartphone to their computer and tablet.

The new app will allow users to use the secure BlackBerry network to blend their personal and professional content and conversations together using the screen of their choice.

The app enables users to work seamlessly across multiple devices running various Windows, iOS, Mac and Android operating systems, which makes work collaboration and conversation easy.

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BlackBerry Blend streamlines the experience of using multiple devices on a daily basis by bridging the gap between your smartphone and other devices .

Through this app, users can receive instant notifications, respond to work and personal messages, and access documents, calendars, contacts and media in real-time on any device safely.

“With the amount of time spent shuffling between devices throughout the day, the type of integration that BlackBerry Blend offers will bring a whole new level of productivity to our users,” said John Chen, executive chairman and CEO at BlackBerry.

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BlackBerry offers some other benefits to the users such as :

BlackBerry Blend brings user’s BBM and text messages from their BlackBerry smartphone to an integrated messaging hub available on their computer and tablet.

Users have secure access to work email, calendars and important files on any device connected to BlackBerry Blend.

Users can save files from a computer to a BlackBerry smartphone so they are accessible on any device connected to BlackBerry Blend.

Powered by the BlackBerry device through the BlackBerry network, this seamless experience is also secure.

BlackBerry Blend merges all of user’s work meetings, personal appointments and events into one view.

BlackBerry Blend can connect wirelessly via Wi-Fi or cellular connection, or wired through the USB port on user’s PC. Once connected, user can use their BlackBerry ID on their computer and tablet to connect to BlackBerry Blend.

The app will work across desktop operating systems, including Mac OS X 10.7 +, iPad tablets running iOS 7+, Windows 7+ and Android tablets running Android 4.4+.


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