BlackBerry 10 HTML5 Browser Demo Showcases Bookmark Tagging [VIDEO]


Since first showing you the browser in BlackBerry 10 at BlackBerry Jam Americas, the team has been working hard to create an amazing browsing experience. Matthew from the browser team and I wanted to show you some of tweaks and features they’ve made that make it stand out.

If you’re like me, you have a ton of bookmarks on your smartphone, and they can be tricky to navigate between. We’ve made it easy to organize everything now, with tags — a simple feature, yes, but one that is designed to make your life that much easier. Watch Matthew demo the BlackBerry 10 browser:

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In the above video, Matthew shows off an HTML5 game running smoothly on the device, the tagging feature for organizing your bookmarks, and some subtle changes we’ve made so you can see more of the website on your screen. In case you missed it back in September, we showed you how powerful the HTML5 compatibility is with the “get user media demo” that allows for web designers to access items on the device like the camera to create rich multimedia browsing. We also showed off reader mode and share functions, so be sure to check out that blog post.

BlackBerry 10 is shaping up to be the best BlackBerry experience to date. Can’t wait to get your hands on it? Sign up here for more details and let us know what you think of the BlackBerry 10 browser in the comments below.

About Donny Halliwell

Donny is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at BlackBerry and Former Editor-in-Chief for the Inside BlackBerry blogs. There's no disputing, #TeamBlackBerry is awesome. I'm pumped to have the opportunity to talk with you and bring you the latest and greatest from Inside BlackBerry every day. In my spare time, I can be found helping entrepreneurs and startup companies grow their business. I spend the rest, obsessing over the auto industry, or enjoying music. Follow me on Twitter or Google+

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