BlackBerry Password Keeper For Android Beta Update Brings Android 8.0+ Oreo Support



If you are part of the BlackBerry Hub+ Services Beta program you should have received an update for BlackBerry Password Keeper. Now it might just look like a normal update for BlackBerry Password Keeper, but if you check out the changelog, you might see something pretty interesting.  It looks like BlackBerry Password Keeper now has Android O Support and Android O Autofill support. This is the first BlackBerry Hub+ Services app to add support for Android O or Android 8.0. Not only is this good for folks using BlackBerry Hub+ Services on non-BlackBerry Android devices, but it is a great sign for users with the BlackBerry KEYone and the BlackBerry Motion.  This means we should be pretty close to seeing Android 8.0 Oreo update come.  All-and-all this is still a beta update so no word on when it will come out of beta. If you are part of the beta program head over to the Google Play store and select the Updates tab. There you should see the beta update waiting for you!





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