It is said that the BlackBerry Blend is tipped to be made available the moment the BlackBerry Passport hits the market, although like any other good rumor out there, this one remains just as that until it actually happens. This is tipped to happen some time before the end of September, and the BlackBerry Blend feature basically works this way – it will allow you to check out most of the content from your BlackBerry handset, albeit being able to do so on a device that has a larger display size – such as a tablet or a browser.
Some tablets will be compatible with BlackBerry Blend, but not all of them will be so, so you might want to be a little bit more wary about the situation. Interestingly enough, their very own tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook, is tipped to have missed the cut when it comes to the compatibility with BlackBerry Blend, which is a pretty awkward decision.
BlackBerry looks to Blend as being an indispensable tool when it comes to the enterprise situation. For instance, you use your BlackBerry Passport in order to gather information whenever you are away from the office, before you use Blend to access it on the desktop PC over in the office. Should your organization make use of BES10, then Blend will be able to gain access to your company’s intranet. It looks as though BlackBerry Blend has started to pop up on the “My World” section of BlackBerry World, although clicking on it yields nothing but an error message – for now, that is.