7 Best Features in BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0

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7 Best Features in BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 - Research in Motion (RIM) as the manufacturer of BlackBerry officially begin rolling upgrade Blackberry Playbook OS version 2.0. RIM claims to provide a number of improvements are better than ever. The new OS became available globally from today, Tuesday ( February 21, 2012) at 12.00 pm. Upgrading can be done for free, directly from each device. In the Playbook OS 2.0, is indeed not many new applications are included. RIM only enhance the capabilities of existing applications.
BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0

Check out the five most important features of RIM's new PlayBook 2.0 OS.

1. Display
Display Playbook 2.0 is an enhanced appearance. Distance-based QNX, like the Blackberry OS 10 to be launched this year. In Here, the user can change the order of a widget or menu buttons on the screen of this BlackBerry tablet. This was in accordance with the wishes of the user to customize the widget.

2. Integration of email, calendar and contact apps with social media
To make it easier to receive and manage messages, RIM seems to improve this feature. Users can receive email, calendar (schedule meetings, or whatever) with a contact and well connected with the social media from a friend in contact. To download a large file, email on the phone can be synchronized with the BlackBerry Playbook. Automatic user can download a large file in the Playbook via wifi connection.

3. BlackBerry Bridge 2.0
The BlackBerry Bridge app provides a unique Bluetooth connection between the BlackBerry PlayBook and core apps on the BlackBerry smartphone (including BBM, Email, Contacts, Calendar and Browser). The app lets you view the content on the larger tablet display for an optimized viewing and editing experience. The new BlackBerry Bridge app also provides a new remote control feature that allows a BlackBerry smartphone to be used as a wireless keyboard and mouse for a BlackBerry PlayBook.

4. Print to Go
The Print To Go feature is a cool way of integrating the desktop experience with the PlayBook. When you go to Print a document, you can send it to the PlayBook where you get a digital print version and you can even virtually shred the documents. This allows you to take the document with you on the go and review as well as sort your documents, without having to waste paper.

5. Android applications
The device is already included Playbook 2.0 Android-based applications that can be directly downloaded on BlackBerry App World. This is done to broaden the application base, not only based on BlackBerry OS, but also based on Android.

6. Video Chat 
Users are able to chat with friends in the Playbook directly or can be connected to High Definition TV. Interestingly, users can still chat while opening another application.

7. Web Experience
All the web at this Playbook 2.0 supports Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and HTML 5. In essence, the user can open the web in the Playbook same as on a desktop or PC.
We can also activate the Mute feature that is taking the news reader or writing on the web and get rid of ad pages, so read the writing on the web is more optimal and more comfortable.


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