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BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1.0.1032 Now Officially Available!

 

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RIM has given us the official announcement that BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1.0.1032 is now officially available to all. I recommend everyone upgrade immediately since there is really no reason not to. This update brings goodies like print to go working across different networks and Android apps running in multiple windows.

Check out the full list below:

  • Portrait View for PIM
    • Allows PIM (Messages, Calendar, Contacts) to be viewed in portrait orientation
  • PIM – Deep Folder Hierarchy
    • Previously, if a customer had multiple nested folders within their email
  • Bridge – Wi-Fi as a transport instead of Bluetooth (requires PlayBook support)
    • Allows for Wi-Fi to be used for Bridge communication between two devices if they are on the same Wi-Fi network
  • SMS support
    • BlackBerry Bridge will now support viewing SMS messages on the PlayBook
  • Print to Go with NAT support
    • Print to Go will now work across different networks
  • Android – Multi Window
    • Android applications will now be run in separate windows instead of one window for every Android application
  • Android – Camera support
    • Android applications will now have the ability to use the PlayBook camera
  • Android – In App payment
    • A customer will now be able to make in-app payments within Android applications
  • Video Store 
    • Now available in Canada

RIM has also added some integration with BlackBerry Mobile Fusion to allow over the air activation and support for active sync certificate authentication and additional IT policies. So what are you waiting for? Hit that check for updates button!

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, October 3, 2012, 9:37 am. | BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1.0.1032 Now Officially Available! | Leave a comment |

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1.0.1032 Now Officially Available!
Ronen Halevy
Wed, 03 Oct 2012 13:37:05 GMT

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