With BlackBerry 10, and the BlackBerry Z10 in particular, RIM has finally dedicated itself to a touch-screen interface. BB 10’s interface called Flow, has a bit of a learning curve. But with a few quick tips you’ll be navigating the OS like a pro.
Part of the allure of BlackBerry 10 for power users is the OS’s multitasking capabilities. With a quick swipe, you can minimize any app. To do this:
Note that if you’re using an app in landscape mode you need to swipe up from the long side of the screen to minimize an app.
If you need to make a change to one of BB 10’s many functions, you’ll need to access your device’s System Settings menu. To do this:
BB 10’s Peak function allows users to quickly see if they have any new e-mails, social media messages or calendar appointments. To use Peak:
BB 10’s BlackBerry Hub is a one-stop shop for all of your messaging needs, whether that be e-mails, missed calls, social media messages and more. To open the BlackBerry Hub:
If you’re on the home screen, you can swipe from across the screen from left to right to get to the main BlackBerry Hub menu.