Unified Messaging client

Following on from the news that Blackberry Hub has been released on Android:


Increasingly, we are seeing more and more users utilize different messaging platforms to communicate with their clients and colleagues. 10 years ago, it was only email, now we have WhatsApp, LinkedIn Messenger, HipChat, and so on.

This poses an inconvenience factor since they need to have multiple clients running on their mobile and there is also no unified desktop experience.

With BlackBerry Hub, we had that. I work for a regulated industry, so we needed these clients to hook into various archiving/ surveillance systems.

How does Blackberry Hub work exactly? Is there an SDK we could modify for our own use (via purchase of course)?
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A Q ChoudaryJunior Linux EngineerCommented:
Yes there are BlackBerry Hub+ Services you need to add together

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