BlackBerry releases new app for Hub Services+

by Volker Weber

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Notable is a content creation and sharing app that allows you to quickly capture content on your device screen, mark it up with text or free-form drawing tools, and quickly share it to your friends. The screen capture is triggered from the device convenience key, assigning as a swipe gesture shortcut, or by tapping the dedicated screen capture notification in the notification tray. From there the user can mark up the content they captured quickly in the app – they can draw on it freely, add text, or even add stickers to the Notable to help call attention to something specific, or express themselves. Once the Notable has been created, the user can quickly share it to their friends via the Android share framework.

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Der erste Eindruck von der App: echt klasse! Funktionert auf dem Priv einwandfrei und schnell!

Ralph Hammann, 2017-02-14 13:48

Auf sowas warte ich schon lange. Leider sagt der Playstore, dass es mit KEINEM meiner Geräte kompatibel ist. Beim Fernseher versteh ich das ja :-). Aber beim Motorola X Force, Nexus 10 und Samsung S3??? oder ist das nur für Blackberry-Geräte Priv, DTEK50 und 60?

Felix Kluge, 2017-02-14 16:18

Das ist für BlackBerry Geräte oder für Geräte mit BlackBerry Software, wie erwähnt Hub Services+.

Volker Weber, 2017-02-14 16:34

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