The app, released last week, features a customized home screen for quick access to users' most important data, the same real-time data, news and search features available on users' desktop Eikon positions ─ which synchs to the mobile version ─ and a "briefcase" feature for saving and reading content offline.
The app is supported on BlackBerry Q10, Q5 and Z10 wireless devices. The vendor has offered a BlackBerry app version of Eikon since introducing its next-generation workstation in 2010 (IMD, Sept. 17, 2010).
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