Tundra Core Studios releases update to Hub Browser for BlackBerry 10

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Tundra Core Studios today released an update to its  web browsing application, Hub Browser. 

Hub Browser is a browsing component that enables users to open links within their current  application; ensuring that efficiency is kept to a high standard.

Hub Browser is intended to give you quick and easy access to links sent to you in emails, text messages – or anywhere across the BlackBerry 10 OS really – without the need to leave the BlackBerry Hub or current application that you are in.

Using Hub Browser couldn’t be easier, you just simply press and hold on a link, tap open-in, set as default and then every time you click a link anywhere across the BlackBerry 10 OS, it will automatically open Hub Browser within your current application!

New to this release:

  • Added ability to click on the title bar to close the tabs list
  • Added clear cache button (in storage settings)
  • Added content for blank tabs
  • Added keep awake setting
  • Added more keyboard shortcuts (scroll to top & bottom)
  • Added number inside to tabs icon to show the number of active tabs
  • Added option to open local files (‘file:///’)
  • Added Spanish translation
  • Added viewport to tab 2 & 3 (to stop zooming out completely)
  • Adjusted layout (Passport) to fill the whole screen
  • Categorized Settings
  • Complete overhaul and redesign
  • Configured action items to work for all tabs
  • Implemented bookmarks
  • Implemented history
  • Implemented keyboard swipe gestures to go forwards and backwards (Passport only)
  • Implemented on-screen swipe gestures to go forwards and backwards (All devices)
  • Implemented private browsing
  • Implemented RpdLi integration
  • Implemented save page functionality for offline viewing
  • Implemented signature action item
  • Implemented tabs
  • Made the layout sizes the same for all devices
  • Updated invocation to share link as title
  • Updated link shortening service
  • Updated translations

Toby Clench, of Tundra Core Studios said,

“Over the course of a year, we have been working away on a huge update for Hub Browser – our native and efficient web-browsing application, for the BlackBerry 10 platform. From the past year, we have been collating feedback from thousands of users and implementing features in which our users have requested as well as incorporating a variety of fixes and improvements to make the experience that much better whilst also bringing the overall standard of the application itself by incorporating much-needed features such as: a tabbed interface and the ability to block specific websites from being accessed,”

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Updated: June 27, 2016
Category: Organization
Price: Free
Requirements: BlackBerry 10.2.1
Developer: Tundra
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