Downloading BlackBerry 10 Desktop Software Installer v184.108.40.206 (Mac OS) indicates a required field Would you like to receive information about RIM and/or BlackBerry products and/or services from RIM or authorized third parties selected by RIM? Here is what I did to install both BlackBerry Link and Blend on Mac OS Sierra. Right click or command click on 'Install BlackBerry 10 Desktop Software.app' Icon. Select from the contextual menu 'Show Package Contents' 3. Go to Resources directory and Double Click on 'BlackBerry Blend.pkg' 4. BlackBerry Blend is launching today on the BlackBerry Passport and the Porsche Design P’9983 from BlackBerry, and will work across desktop operating systems, including Mac OS X 10.7 + and Windows 7+ and Android tablets running Android 4.4+. BlackBerry is also working to bring the Blend experience on other tablets soon. Blackberry Blend for macOS Sierra Version 10.12.4 works fine. Download the.dmg file from Blackberry. On the 'Install Blackberry 10 Desktop Software' icon, right click and choose 'Show Package Contents'. Open 'Contents', then open 'Resources'. Double click on 'Blackberry Blend.pkg And you are installed and have Blend on your Mac PC. BlackBerry Blend for Mac 2020 full offline installer setup for Mac. On any given day, you move between your computer, tablet and smartphone to accomplish various tasks, but these devices are not integrated. This leads to lost productivity each time you switch from one device to the other.
Onstage today at the BlackBerry Passport events in Toronto, London and Dubai, we showed off BlackBerry Blend. This new wireless app allows you to display content from your BlackBerry, such as conversations, calendars, files, contacts and more, on other screens such as computers and tablets.
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While the concept may seem simple, the implications for both the customer and IT manager are massive. No more unnecessary e-mailing or searching around for USB thumb drives – Blend enables you to work seamlessly across multiple platforms, while maintaining BlackBerry’s trademark security. See how it works in the video below.
Available here as a free download, Blend runs on Windows, Mac and Android operating systems. It’s another example of how BlackBerry is opening up and going cross-platform, and how we are making your BlackBerry 10 devices even more useful. Let’s dive into Blend’s key features and show off a few use cases likely relevant to you:
- Never miss a BBM or text message: Blend brings all your BBM and text messages from your BlackBerry smartphone to an integrated messaging hub now conveniently available on your computer and tablet.
- Use your smartphone as a mobile network hub: Gain secure access to work email, calendars and important files on any device connected to Blend.
- Transfer files across devices: Save files from your computer to your BlackBerry smartphone so they are accessible on any device connected to BlackBerry Blend.
- BlackBerry security, across your devices: Powered by the BlackBerry device through the BlackBerry network, this seamless experience is also secure. And IT Administrators can rest easy, as they have the ability to set BlackBerry Blend parameters for users that match their security guidelines.
- Unified Calendar Management: BlackBerry Blend merges all of your work meetings, personal appointments and events into one view.
- Connect anywhere, anytime: BlackBerry Blend can connect wirelessly via Wi-Fi or cellular connection, or wired through the USB port on your PC. Once connected, use your BlackBerry ID on your computer and tablet to connect to BlackBerry Blend.
I’ve been using Blend myself for a few weeks now. Here’s all of the time-saving benefits I’ve found:
Blend at Work
When I’m in the office, I tend to set my device on my desk. My Windows computer becomes my main screen as I manage my day and complete tasks. With my phone sitting on my desk, I often miss BBM side conversations or text messages as I power through my busy day. With BlackBerry Blend, I get notified when these messages come in on my screen. I then can read and respond right from my PC.
Blend at Home
When I’m at home, I prefer not to use my company laptop. It’s cumbersome, often outdated and requires an annoying VPN connection to tap into the office. With BlackBerry Blend, I can use the technology I’ve chosen to own, whether it be my Mac laptop or an Android tablet or soon, iPad. I can access my work email, calendar, files and contacts. I can even access corporate intranet sites using the work browser all with the BlackBerry security that IT managers rely on to control information.
Blend on the Road
For any of you who are frequent travelers, you know that time in-flight can be invaluable for managing your inbox. Normally, you’d open up your PC’s email client, work in Offline Mode and have to wait until you’re settled at your Hotel before you can connect to the internet (often with charges, I might add). BlackBerry Blend enables you to be much more efficient. While connected to my laptop via USB in Airplane Mode, I can use Blend to respond and send emails in-flight. As soon as we land, I turn off Airplane Mode, and voila! All of the messages I’ve worked on on my laptop are sent immediately via my BlackBerry phone through Blend, often before we’ve taxied to the gate.
Now that you’ve seen how BlackBerry Blend works, go and download and try it for yourself and let us know what ways you’re planning to use this new app below in the comments.
BlackBerry Blend may take up to 24 hours to appear live for download.
BlackBerry Blend is launching today on the BlackBerry Passport and the Porsche Design P’9983 from BlackBerry, and will work across desktop operating systems, including Mac OS X 10.7 + and Windows 7+ and Android tablets running Android 4.4+. BlackBerry is also working to bring the Blend experience on other tablets soon. The downloadable version of BlackBerry Blend for Macs and PCs is available today at http://www.BlackBerry.com/Blend, or via the Google Play Store for Android tablets.
BlackBerry Blend comes free on BlackBerry Passport at launch. Additional enterprise features will be available through a subscription program. Details of the enterprise offering will be announced in the coming weeks.
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With the release of BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.3, those using a BlackBerry Passport or Porsche Design P’9983 smartphone from BlackBerry can take advantage of BlackBerry Blend.
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- Send and receive email messages and text messages (SMS)
- Access your BBM chats, BBM Groups, and BBM Channels
- Manage your calendar and view your daily, weekly, or monthly agenda
- View and update your contacts
- Copy and transfer files between your device and computer or tablet
- Open a browser with a secure connection so you can access your organization’s intranet and public websites if your device is associated with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10
BlackBerry Blend also displays notifications on your computer or tablet whenever you receive an incoming message or notification so you can stay in touch without having to pick up your device.
BlackBerry Blend works over your Wi-Fi network or mobile network connection as well as a USB connection so you can decide just how you’d like to connect, or should I say Blend!
Tip: You can optionally turn off the ability for BlackBerry Blend to work over the mobile network. To do this go to Settings followed by Device Connections, and then turn off Use Mobile Network.
To help you get started check out the following four-step guide
Step 1 – Make sure BlackBerry Blend supports your device
To use BlackBerry Blend you’ll need to meet the following requirements:
- BlackBerry Passport or the Porsche Design P’9983 smartphone from BlackBerry running BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3 or later
- Computer using Windows 7 and later or Mac OS X 10.7 and later
- Tablet using Android 4.4 or later or iOS 7.0 or later
- IPv6 networking enabled
Step 2 – Install BlackBerry Blend on your computer or tablet
To use BlackBerry Blend you’ll need to install BlackBerry Blend on your computer or tablet. Using either your computer or tablet, visit http://blackberry.com/blend and follow the instructions to download and install BlackBerry Blend. BlackBerry Blend is preloaded with BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.3 so the next step is setting up Blend so your device and computer or tablet can communicate with each other.
Step 3 – Set up and use BlackBerry Blend
To communicate with your device you need to complete a one-time pairing and update the BlackBerry Blend app on your device. Complete the following steps to complete this quick and easy process:
- On your computer or tablet, open BlackBerry Blend
- You’ll be guided through the BlackBerry Blend update the first time you launch it using BlackBerry World
- Do one of the following on your device
- If your device is connected to your computer using a USB cable, click USB Cable Connection
- If your computer or tablet is connected to a Wi-Fi network or the mobile network, click Wireless Network Connection
- When prompted, sign with your BlackBerry ID
- To find your BlackBerry ID, on your device go to Settings > BlackBerry ID
- After a connection is made, verify that the passkey on your device matches the passkey on your computer or tablet
- If your device is password protected, type your password
- Optionally, click Remain signed in if you do not want to enter your password again when connecting to BlackBerry Blend
After you complete the one-time pairing process you are ready to Blend! Just tap any of the following items to start interacting with data stored on your smartphone.
Note: Work Browser only appears on devices associated with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.
Step 4 – Frequently asked questions
Can I use BlackBerry Blend with multiple devices on the same computer or tablet?
If you share a computer or tablet in your household, have no worries, everyone can use BlackBerry Blend!
All you need to do is complete the one-time pairing process using each device and you can sign in to each device by logging in to BlackBerry Blend using the device’s BlackBerry ID.
How do I turn off notifications?
By default notifications appear on your computer or tablet whenever you receive a new message or notification. To turn this feature off (or on) open BlackBerry Blend on your computer or tablet, and then click or tap the Settings icon in the top-right corner. Within this Quick Settings menu, click Notifications On, or Off.
How do I copy files between my device and computer or tablet?
To copy files back and forth click or tap File Manager within BlackBerry Blend, browse to the folder you’d like to manage, and then drag files to, or from the folder.
Can I browse the web using my device’s mobile network connection using BlackBerry Blend?
If you use a BlackBerry 10 device that is associated with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 you can use the Work Browser to access your company’s intranet in addition to public websites.
If you’d like to learn more about using the Work Browser within BlackBerry Blend contact your BlackBerry Enterprise Service Administrator.
Can I prevent BlackBerry Blend from using my mobile network connection?
Absolutely! Using your BlackBerry 10 device, go to Settings followed by Device Connections. Within this screen turn off Use Mobile Network to force BlackBerry Blend to use only a Wi-Fi or USB connection.
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Can I turn off BlackBerry Blend?
If desired, you can optionally turn off BlackBerry Blend. Using your BlackBerry 10 device, go to Settings followed by Device Connections. Within this screen turn off Allow Connections.
Going one step further you can turn BlackBerry Blend on or off through the BlackBerry 10 Quick Settings menu. Using your device, go to Settings followed by Quick Settings, and then select the check the box next to BlackBerry Blend.
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Where can I learn more about BlackBerry Blend and get help if I’m stuck?
To learn more about BlackBerry Blend and get help if needed make sure you visit the BlackBerry Blend support website located at http://blackberry.com/blendsupport.
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Another great resource to learn more about BlackBerry Blend is the official BlackBerry web-based training course, Introducing and Supporting BlackBerry Blend
If after reviewing the support site and web-based training content you have questions, pop by the BlackBerry Blend discussion board within the BlackBerry Support Community Forums or send a question to @BlackBerryHelp on Twitter.
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