View Poll Results: Do you use BlackBerry Hub?

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  • Yes. My prior device ran BB10.

    54 53.47%
  • Yes. My prior device ran Android or iOS.

    28 27.72%
  • No.

    1 0.99%
  • No, I disabled it.

    18 17.82%
11-28-17 04:40 PM
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  1. HabsSuck's Avatar
    HUB is up and running for all my messaging, I don't use anything else. No performance or battery issues
    06-13-17 07:05 PM
  2. krazyatom's Avatar
    Yup hub is power hub and I don't know why.
    06-13-17 07:07 PM
  3. Matthew Davis7's Avatar
    I absolutely use The Hub. Combined with Keyboard Shortcuts and the Convenience Key, my home screen is completely uncluttered.
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    06-13-17 07:14 PM
  4. HabsSuck's Avatar
    I disabled that piece of garbage that gives me double notifications (both in the app itself and the hub) and my phone feels snappier without it. Never liked it even in the old BB days. I like my notifications displayed separately not everything under one roof.
    It a very good application and If you knew how to correctly set up your phone you would not have double notifications and see the benefits it provides. Great thing about Android is that everyone has a choice to use whatever applications that satisfies their needs.
    ajwan likes this.
    06-13-17 07:17 PM
  5. SK122387's Avatar
    Came from BB10 on the Passport. Definitely using the hub. have it mapped to my convenience key
    This is my situation too.

    I have used almost every BlackBerry 10 device, so the Hub was a big deal to me. I've set it as my convenience key, and open it all the time.

    I'd been using an iPhone since December, so I *could* get used to having all the messaging applications separate, but the Hub is still useful to me.
    06-13-17 07:20 PM
  6. aseeralmadi's Avatar
    I use it only for email ..
    06-13-17 07:22 PM
  7. Johberry's Avatar
    I absolutely use The Hub. Combined with Keyboard Shortcuts and the Convenience Key, my home screen is completely uncluttered.
    Love the clean look. Mind sharing what widget/icon pack you're using? Love the date/time/weather display set up you have! Thanks. Cheers.

    I, too, use the Hub.
    06-13-17 07:37 PM
  8. krazyatom's Avatar
    Try selecting like 100 emails, hub will sometimes crash. Coming from dtek 50/60, priv, keyone.
    06-13-17 07:39 PM
  9. Gregory Ryan's Avatar
    I enjoyed it on BB10, but I've never really liked it on BB Android
    06-13-17 08:01 PM
  10. Matthew Davis7's Avatar
    Fox for Zooper, but you'll have to download Zooper Widget Pro to utilize it. There are lots of really cool designs. Bet you find some you like even better. Have fun with it. For icons, I dig Steelicons as shown here in my app drawer.
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    06-13-17 08:02 PM
  11. Johberry's Avatar
    Fox for Zooper, but you'll have to download Zooper Widget Pro to utilize it. There are lots of really cool designs. Bet you find some you like even better. Have fun with it. For icons, I dig Steelicons as shown here in my app drawer.
    Thank you! I'll definitely check it out. Cheers.
    06-13-17 08:27 PM
  12. Peter Fan's Avatar
    I use Hub and so far haven't experienced any problems or battery drain. I loved it on Z10 and PP and is along with the PKB the key reason for buying K1 now that the BB10 is left for dead.
    06-13-17 11:32 PM
  13. sophace's Avatar
    I use the Hub for everything. It may be resource hungry but it's better than opening multiple different apps.
    06-13-17 11:34 PM
  14. Sarek1701's Avatar
    I love the Hub. Coming from Z10, Q5, Z30, Passport to Priv and now KEYone, I'll always use the Hub. I love having all my info in one place.
    06-13-17 11:39 PM
  15. Pinot2015's Avatar
    Using Hub, calendar and contacts, on a Google Pixel and also a KEYone. There is no better email app period plus where you can get texts and social media all in one spot/app.
    06-13-17 11:53 PM
  16. ajwan's Avatar
    Loved it on BB10, love it on Android. Android is a different experience for sure. The Android is even better in some ways even (snooze, swipe to delete). As someone before me mentioned, you need to take the time to make the Hub work for you (which means removing double notifications/disabling other apps as needed).

    While I may start a message in the Hub (2 email accounts, WA, SMS, Twitter), I respond to messages directly from the notification shade.

    The Hub is nonetheless useful for seeing all my messages from multiple accounts at a glance.
    06-14-17 12:02 AM
  17. Insync's Avatar
    I come from BB10 Passport. I use the Hub. I have not noticed any problematic slowing.
    06-14-17 12:17 AM
  18. mhw100's Avatar
    No draining or lagging here. It's great.
    06-14-17 12:33 AM
  19. Jose Vazquez5's Avatar
    I'm using it although if it ever gets to overwhelming to the point that the phone starts lagging too much then I'll disable it. I've heard people complaining about double notifications but I don't know what they're talking about? When I receive a message if I open it through the hub the drop down notification will disappear automatically and if I open it through the drop down shade then the hub notification will show as read automatically.
    Only thing I don't like is that sms deleted in the hub remain in the messaging app and whatsapp doesn't show my sent messages in the hub.
    06-14-17 12:42 AM
  20. MyriadeCoh's Avatar
    I use it. No problem so far (2 weeks).
    06-14-17 01:00 AM
  21. Moon_Man's Avatar
    I disabled that piece of garbage that gives me double notifications (both in the app itself and the hub) and my phone feels snappier without it. Never liked it even in the old BB days. I like my notifications displayed separately not everything under one roof.
    You do know that even in the hub you can display them all seperately? And you could just disable some notifications to avoid doubles
    Johberry likes this.
    06-14-17 01:58 AM
  22. blueyestm's Avatar
    I tried to kill the battery on my Keyone this past weekend. I lasted 18 hours, my phone still had 46% battery life with an SOT of over 5 hrs. I gave up. All this while using the Hub.
    06-14-17 02:19 AM
  23. Bbnivende's Avatar
    I use the hub on a Samsung A5. No difference on the phones operation to me.

    Posted via CB10
    06-14-17 02:39 AM
  24. gquan14's Avatar
    I had the hub on Priv and DTEK60. The KEYᵒⁿᵉ version was laggy. Had to remove it. I'm on my last Blackberry app w/ password keeper. Everything else has been disabled because other comparable apps work better.
    06-14-17 02:40 AM
  25. gquan14's Avatar
    I forgot to ask, what does everyone use instead of password keeper? Preferably free and no ads. Just thinking of removing Blackberry services and free up some resources.
    06-14-17 02:42 AM
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