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Facebook blackberry not updating
It's really just a web version of FB, but it also offers hub integration.
If you don't mind putting up the cash, try Face10 also. the app asks for my Facebook password, on their site? That's sketchy, even if the author has no plans for that data himself, he's got to be storing that data very insecurely. I mean in use the Web version at my pc, but the mobile Web version isn't all that great of an experience to me. For a company struggling to hanging by a thread, who lost 90% of its mobile customers to other platforms, namely i OS and Android, and discovering that they could have been a better Android OEM, then they gave themselves credit for, and the very few they have will potentially jump just because they prefer the Facebook app, they make sink themselves after barely drowning in the sea of competition in the mobile space.
The announcement was made on the Inside Black Berry blog last week.
BBOS runs on older Black Berry devices, such as the Bold.
It's $2.99 I believe, and is extremely feature rich. Unless this for a security reason, I don't think this is a good move.
Facebook has NEVER supplied an app for Black Berry to begin with.
The latter turns Black Berry's native Facebook app into a link sending you to the web-based version of the site.
On the Black Berry support page the company writes, "Those wishing to continue using Facebook are encouraged to move to the web-based experience which will provide the most feature rich alternative."After the update, Black Berry Hub integration will no longer be available on Facebook, and "Black Berry 10 smartphones will no longer have the ability to share items like pictures and videos directly to Facebook using the Share icon.""This is an important update which allows Black Berry users to continue to access Facebook using a browser based interface.It’s unclear whether Facebook’s vote of no confidence is just a little bump in the road, or yet another sign that Black Berry is circling the drain.The stock market doesn’t appear to have reacted negatively to the breaking news, but I, for one, am happy I don’t own any Black Berry stock.The post goes on to urge users to reach out to both companies using the hashtag “#ILove BB10Apps” to “let them know how you feel.” Changing Facebook’s (fb) mind will require more than a hashtag, however.In February, Gartner reported Black Berry’s global market share was a lowly 0.2% in the fourth quarter of 2015.Of course, Black Berry models running Android, such as the Black Berry Priv, will continue to be able to run the Android version of Facebook’s apps.“We are extremely disappointed in their decision as we know so many users love these apps.There’s very little incentive to support a platform with such a small user base, especially when Black Berry (bbry) itself is moving away from its Black Berry 10 operating system in favor of Android-powered devices, such as the Priv.Despite reassurances from Black Berry that the company has no plans to ditch the outdated OS in favor of Android, the lack of significant feature updates and a clear-cut roadmap beyond security releases indicates otherwise.Black Berry 10 powers more recent devices such as the Passport and Classic.“We are extremely disappointed in their decision as we know so many users love these apps,” reads the post.