Even those who have been using Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry devices for a long time will face a learning curve when first getting involved with the company’s new operating system. The same holds true for those who have decided to make the change to BlackBerry from one of its competitors.
Fortunately, Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) is doing its best to keep users informed as to what they should and should not be doing. The company is being proactive when it comes to sharing tips and advice on how to best use its devices.
It may be easier said than done, but learning the ins and outs of the new BlackBerry operating system should be relatively simple. This is particularly true when you rely on the advice of the smartphone manufacturer, such as the tips it recently published in a “Five Tip Friday” blog post.
This time around the Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry team shared quite a bit of useful information. As the title suggests, there are five tips that will change the way you use your device. Here they are:
“Sharing is caring: Sharing the page you’re viewing on your BlackBerry 10 device is really easy, just tap the action key in the bottom right corner and select Share.
Clear your browser history: By taking four simple steps, you can clear your history so nobody knows what you were looking at on the web.
Keyboard shortcuts: Are you using the BlackBerry Q10 or Q5? If so, these are many shortcuts that can make your experience more enjoyable. This blog post lists out the most popular shortcuts.
Turn on Adobe Flash support: Learn how to turn on Adobe Flash support for a better experience as you browse the internet.
Enable desktop mode: Want to view the desktop version of a website as opposed to its mobile counterpart? This is easy enough.”
These are the types of things Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry wants you to learn more about. The more time you spend collecting tips such as these the easier it will be for you to experience the finer details of your phone as well as the BlackBerry 10 operating system in general.
If you are going to use a Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry smartphone, you want your user experience to suit your wants and needs. These tips allow that to happen.