BlackBerry Hub+ Inbox

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3.3
22.1K reviews
1M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Keep organized with BlackBerry® Hub+ Inbox.
Inbox consolidates all your emails and calendar events in one unified app, and Inbox seamlessly integrates social notifications from Facebook, WeChat, Twitter, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, and more.
BlackBerry Hub+ Inbox is also available for Android Wear.

Major Features:
• Manage multiple email accounts without switching between apps.
The BlackBerry Hub+ Inbox supports Gmail, Yahoo!, Outlook.com, Microsoft Exchange accounts, and many other IMAP and POP3 email providers!
• Quickly select recipients for email messages using suggested contacts and respond directly to messages and calendar invitations
• Snooze items so that you can view them at a later date, time, or location
• Create custom views to organize, filter, and group your messages based on your needs
• Dark theme option gives your BlackBerry Hub+ Inbox a fresh new look and feel
• Rich formatting toolbar lets you highlight important items and capture the reader’s attention
• Fully supports Android Enterprise deployment and, when allowed by your administrator, supports unifying your personal and work email accounts while maintaining strict data storage separation

On BlackBerry devices only:
• Quickly identify unread messages via the red BlackBerry spark indicator
• Launch BlackBerry Hub+ Inbox with the familiar bottom-to-right Swipe Gesture

BlackBerry Hub+ Inbox requires the BlackBerry® Hub+ Services app to deliver a consistent experience across all BlackBerry® applications, and to manage your subscriptions
Enjoy Inbox for free on your BlackBerry® device!

If you don't have a BlackBerry device:
• Enjoy full functionality of the app for 30 days
• After 30 days, use the app with full functionality and some ads
• Purchase a monthly subscription to enjoy BlackBerry Hub+ Inbox without ads.
This grants you access to all the BlackBerry Hub+ apps, including Calendar, Contacts, Notes, Tasks, and Launcher
• Enterprise Customers, please visit: http://web.blackberry.com/enterprise/contact-us
For support, visit docs.blackberry.com/en/apps-for-android/blackberry-hub/
Updated on
Nov 16, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Messages
This app may collect these data types
Messages
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

3.3
22K reviews
Jack Ryan
May 4, 2024
This app is perfect for me! I was looking for an app that consolidated all my communications in one place. This app delivers. I have messages, what's app, email (outlook and Gmail), and discord. if you have issues with email accounts not authentication go to reddit and type in blackberry hub and click on the first link. It will help you trouble shoot. Basically you need to change to an imap email vs exchange. Love that this app integrates with the bb calendar app too!
4 people found this review helpful
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Richard Johnson
March 1, 2024
As another user stated, this app used to be great. But now one of my Outlook accounts won't sync. The work/school Outlook account syncs fine, but not the personal Outlook account. And it's not a Microsoft issue. Blackberry needs to fix their app so it can be authenticated with Microsoft Authenticator. Samsung seems to have figured out how to do that. This has been going on for the last several months. By the way, Blackberry support has been unresponsive to this issue.
35 people found this review helpful
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Joseph Kennedy
May 21, 2024
I love this email app, but I know 1 stars are more likely to get viewed by developer than 4 or 5, but one thing I can't stand about this app is the inability to easily inspect a senders email, it just displays whatever name the email domain has set up to display, I have to hit add to contacts, create new contact to inspect the senders email, with BlackBerry having a strong focus on security this seems like a basic thing to protect against fishing scams.
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What's new

o Re-Authenticate to Exchange Online accounts using BlackBerry Hub
o Forwarded meeting invites now include meeting notes
o Stability improvements for Inbox and Samsung DEX mode
o Reset the initial sync state when resetting account
o Minor Enhancements and bug fixes