BlackBerry UEM Client

3.4
78.4K reviews
5M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

The BlackBerry® UEM Client integrates Android™ devices with your organization’s enterprise mobility management (EMM) software: BlackBerry UEM, BES®12, or BES®10. Once activated, the BlackBerry UEM Client enables:

• Secure access to work email, calendars and contacts
• Automated configuration of work-related policies, Wi-Fi® and VPN settings
• Easy installation of your organization’s approved mobile apps
• Dual business and personal use of mobile devices for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies
• Activation of Android™ for Work and Samsung Knox™ features

Additional security and enterprise mobility management capabilities are available for BlackBerry UEM-managed Android devices with BlackBerry® Dynamics apps such as BlackBerry® Work installed, including:

• Secure mobile productivity apps for document editing and sharing, intranet browsing, and more…
• BlackBerry Dynamics SDK and app-wrapping and containerization for internally developed enterprise apps
• Popular enterprise apps, secured for UEM-managed Android devices
• End-to-end secure connectivity

IMPORTANT NOTE: To activate the BlackBerry UEM Client, your organization must use BlackBerry UEM, BES12, or BES10 for EMM. Please check with your organization’s mobility experts before downloading this app. You will not be able to activate the BlackBerry UEM Client unless your organization creates an account for you from a compatible EMM solution from BlackBerry.

Trademarks, including but not limited to BLACKBERRY, UEM, and EMBLEM Design are the trademarks or registered trademarks of BlackBerry Limited, its subsidiaries and/or affiliates, used under license, and the exclusive rights to such trademarks are expressly reserved. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Updated on
Jun 20, 2022

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
3.4
78.4K reviews
A Google user
April 17, 2019
RIM was known for their solid software. That's why BlackBerry users loved their phones. I understand trying to get back in the game by purchasing and revamping a product with an existing market share, but nothing about this reminds me of the glory days. Good was flat out terrible, but this isn't much better. I don't enjoy using it, the software is riddled with poor UI choices, unpredictable functionality, and just an overall terrible UX. Sigh.
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David Tillotson
September 1, 2022
After all the previous issues with the failed ID system (now apparemtly resolved), I have found that the power consumption in the background is insanely high. 34% of battery consumed by an app that doesn't have any active function is just nonsensical. If it wasn't for this being mandatory for my employer's software, this would be purged from my system. Not what I'd expect in an "enterprise grade" application, especially one relied upon by major corporations.
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Jonathan Duncan
August 26, 2022
Very poor. Interface is clunky and confusing. Connection timeouts. Inaccurate display of information and emails. Slow and glitchy. Sign on often fails.
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What's new

Stability improvements and other fixes