1. babugaru1's Avatar
    Hello all,

    Hope you are all safe and doing good. I just want to understand from the members who used both blackberry and iPhone and if there is a way to get blackberry experience on iPhone.

    Which blackberry apps are supported for iPhone and how can I install them

    Thanks,
    09-18-20 05:39 PM
  2. brookie229's Avatar
    Hello all,

    Hope you are all safe and doing good. I just want to understand from the members who used both blackberry and iPhone and if there is a way to get blackberry experience on iPhone.

    Which blackberry apps are supported for iPhone and how can I install them

    Thanks,
    None of the BB apps are available except for BBM enterprise.
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    09-18-20 06:47 PM
  3. Tsepz_GP's Avatar
    Hello all,

    Hope you are all safe and doing good. I just want to understand from the members who used both blackberry and iPhone and if there is a way to get blackberry experience on iPhone.

    Which blackberry apps are supported for iPhone and how can I install them

    Thanks,
    What BlackBerry apps are you using? Because you will need to use the iPhone counterparts of those, TBH.
    09-27-20 05:59 AM
  4. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    Hello all,

    Hope you are all safe and doing good. I just want to understand from the members who used both blackberry and iPhone and if there is a way to get blackberry experience on iPhone.

    Which blackberry apps are supported for iPhone and how can I install them

    Thanks,
    There are zero BlackBerry apps for iOS that I've ever found. The BBApp Suite was just part of the BBAndroid development for regular Android hardware from different OEMs to make some extra revenue.
    09-27-20 10:58 AM
  5. bb10adopter111's Avatar
    I use an iPhone and BB10 phones and find that using Microsoft Exchange Online with my own domains for email together with Microsoft apps like To Do is the closest I can come on iOS to a BlackBerry like experience.

    Basically, I take an Enterprise approach to configuring iOS using Microsoft cloud services (which costs some money and requires administration effort) rather than a consumer approach using Apple's consumer apps.

    Z10 = BB10 + VKB > iOS + Android
    10-25-20 12:43 PM
  6. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    There are zero BlackBerry apps for iOS that I've ever found. The BBApp Suite was just part of the BBAndroid development for regular Android hardware from different OEMs to make some extra revenue.
    The original plan for the three distinct suites of apps, did include offering them to iOS users (and even Windows to some degree).

    But those plans changed (why announce something you aren't even close to having done) and ending up supporting their move to Android with devices. All the while having to cut spending and development and the company shrank.

    I really don't know - but wouldn't be surprised if the Android Apps are pretty much EOL now. I can see Onward releasing a phone without the consumer apps.

    There are a number BlackBerry Enterprise App in the Apple App Store.... You'll need a BlackBerry UEM account and then to subscribe to each of them.
    10-26-20 09:28 AM

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