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Caveat:  Don't own a BB10,  haven't tried this but: see below... (from a previous thread)

Install Snap on BlackBerry 10 for unlimited Android app access

This free apps mimics the Play Store on your BlackBerry 10 device, giving you access to all your favorite Android apps.

A free app called Snap is available for BlackBerry 10 devices running OS 10.2.1.1055 and above. The app mimics Google's Play Store, providing you access to the same apps you would find in the Play Store on an Android device. The benefit of using this over the Amazon method is that not all developers release apps in Amazon's store, opting instead to stick with Google only.

Snap does require you to sideload the app on your BB10 device, meaning you can't download it from BlackBerry World.

Full information and instructions on this link

http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/install-snap-on-blackberry-10-for-unlimited-android-app-access/

This would allow you to install more Evernote apps if you wish.

Note:  there's a known problem with 'work perimeter' settings.  If the device is on work only wifi,  things should work as normal.  Where communications pass through the cellular network however,  the line passes through Blackberry servers and a proxy address is required,  which Evernote devices don't have.  EN were working to fix this.

https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/81085-bb10-evernote-enterprise-environment-firewall/#entry347971

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Noted - just a workaround in case you didn't know.  The request is made - now there's just the waiting...

Oh - and (from another post) - In WPS office you can connect Evernote as Cloudspace - edit and save word and excel documents directly to Evernote

Just sayin'

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On 3/15/2016 at 5:55 AM, gazumped said:

Caveat:  Don't own a BB10,  haven't tried this but: see below... (from a previous thread)

Install Snap on BlackBerry 10 for unlimited Android app access

This free apps mimics the Play Store on your BlackBerry 10 device, giving you access to all your favorite Android apps.

A free app called Snap is available for BlackBerry 10 devices running OS 10.2.1.1055 and above. The app mimics Google's Play Store, providing you access to the same apps you would find in the Play Store on an Android device. The benefit of using this over the Amazon method is that not all developers release apps in Amazon's store, opting instead to stick with Google only.

Snap does require you to sideload the app on your BB10 device, meaning you can't download it from BlackBerry World.

Full information and instructions on this link

http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/install-snap-on-blackberry-10-for-unlimited-android-app-access/

This would allow you to install more Evernote apps if you wish.

Note:  there's a known problem with 'work perimeter' settings.  If the device is on work only wifi,  things should work as normal.  Where communications pass through the cellular network however,  the line passes through Blackberry servers and a proxy address is required,  which Evernote devices don't have.  EN were working to fix this.

https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/81085-bb10-evernote-enterprise-environment-firewall/#entry347971

Thanks man

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