Yesterday was a big day for RIM, now officially called BlackBerry. In case you missed what happened, you can check out our wrap-up here. Now that BlackBerry has announced BB10 together with Z10 and Q10, what’s left to do is to launch its new desktop software called BlackBerry Link. BlackBerry Link is now live, and folks with a BlackBerry 10 device can download the software to sync, access, and organize content such as photos and music from your device and computer.
Set-up is expected to be easy. BlackBerry has also posted a how-to demo on how to use BlackBery Link. You can check it out here. BlackBerry 10 users should start seeing prompts to download the software once the device is connected to their computer. Upon installation, users can then seamlessly access their files on their PC or Mac. BlackBery Link also features secure updates and back-up.
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