1. BBHermes's Avatar

    When discussing BB's competitive advantages here in the US, I always get something like, "Well, I can already do that with iPh or Android". Just found out yesterday that, e.g., Apple already has "Continuity". Not sure what Android has... So before talking about BB Blend to anyone can anyone elaborate on this:

    What is the competition to BB Blend?

    What are the competitive advantages of BB Blend over each of the competition's comparative offerings?


    serbanescu likes this.
    09-25-14 01:42 PM
  2. serbanescu's Avatar
    I'm not familiar with what competition is offering at the moment either, I find this subject very interesting.
    09-25-14 01:47 PM
  3. wojciechp's Avatar
    In short, iOS and Android are closed within their ecosystems, while Blend can be used on either iOS, Windows and Android tablets/pcs.

    Additionally, using Blend all the processing and information is on the phone, hence very secure as nothing stays on any other device you connect to. Other platforms just sinc between devices


    A well written commentary about BlackBerry Blend

    https://t.co/2SsAiXtfXh Blend -- The Beginning Of The Return $BBRY"

    Posted via swift BlackBerry ? Z30!
    Last edited by wojciechp; 09-25-14 at 04:46 PM.
    09-25-14 01:53 PM
  4. zocster's Avatar
    Moved to BB Blend sub forums.
    09-25-14 02:16 PM
  5. BBHermes's Avatar
    A well written commentary about BlackBerry Blend

    Blend -- The Beginning Of The Return in [Market-Ticker] Blend -- The Beginning Of The Return $BBRY"
    Excellent, this is very helpful, thanks!
    09-27-14 04:16 PM
  6. BBHermes's Avatar
    Following up on the commentary linked by wojciechp Blend -- The Beginning Of The Return in [Market-Ticker] Here's a question:

    Does BB 10.3 support full IMAP? For example, I can send an IMAP message from 10.2.x but the message is apparently not sent to a Sent folder, nor does the Hub give me access to my IMAP Sent folder. [Unless I missed a memo somewhere on how to do this]

    With full IMAP support, I'll eventually not even need a desktop email client at all, just my phone and Blend.
    09-27-14 04:22 PM

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