BlackBerry UEM Client 4+

BlackBerry Corporation

    • 1.7 • 638 Ratings
    • Free



The BlackBerry® UEM Client integrates iOS devices (iPhones and iPads) with your organization’s enterprise mobility management (EMM) software: BlackBerry UEM or BES®12. Once activated, the BlackBerry UEM Client enables:

• Secure access to work email, calendars and contacts
• View administrator controlled configuration of work-related policies
• Easy installation of your organization’s approved mobile apps
• Dual business and personal use of mobile devices for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies

Additional security and enterprise mobility management capabilities are available for BlackBerry UEM-managed iOS devices with BlackBerry® Dynamics apps such as BlackBerry® Work installed, including:

• Secure mobile productivity apps for document editing and sharing, intranet browsing, and more…
• BlackBerry Dynamics SDK and app-wrapping and containerization for internally developed enterprise apps
• Popular enterprise apps, secured for UEM-managed iOS devices
• End-to-end secure connectivity

IMPORTANT NOTE: To activate the BlackBerry UEM Client, your organization must use BlackBerry UEM or BES12 for EMM. Please check with your organization’s mobility experts before downloading this app. You will not be able to activate the BlackBerry UEM Client unless your organization creates an account for you from a compatible EMM solution from BlackBerry.

Trademarks, including but not limited to BLACKBERRY, UEM, and EMBLEM Design are the trademarks or registered trademarks of BlackBerry Limited, its subsidiaries and/or affiliates, used under license, and the exclusive rights to such trademarks are expressly reserved. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

What’s New

Version 12.49.3352

Stability improvements and other fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
638 Ratings

638 Ratings

Bxbootylicious ,

IT Professsiona

This is the worst app in the history of apps and email on a device. I support this device for attorneys as it seems to be the only thing out there currently since the original Good app was bought by Blackberry. BUT YOU GOTTA HAVE A PLAN. They don’t. I consistently get calls for reinstalls. Most time if you delete the Work app and reinstall you can get back online fairly quickly. But there are all kinds of problems that vary from user to user and that could be anything from passwords not syncing to just slow to connect to the server. Request for access keys are displayed and when you provide the key it shows as “failed”. Early on the app use to provide keys but now I haven’t had a key work FOR ME in years and we have had the app since the purchase from Good! Why not buy Good and leave Good as it was. It was more stable than this app. I can almost never get the app to work for my users by simply providing a key or confirming that the AD account is not locked! Oh, Bring back Being back The Good apps.

MyNameWasTaken6391738 ,


The entirety of Blackberry UEM is just awful. So many separate apps. And logging in passes you back and forth through several of them. And that’s when it works.

Often login fails. Often initial setup fails. Often activation keys are rejected. If it works, accessing email is slow - it takes up to 45 seconds just “connecting” before any emails begin to download. The login is cumbersome, and the suite of apps don’t support Face ID-only login: every time the app restarts, you need to enter your password. And not your work domain password, oh no - it’s a separate password just for Blackberry UEM. And you can be sure you’ll have to change that password out-of-sync with when you change your domain password.

If your workplace uses Blackberry UEM then I guess you’re stuck with this, but man. It’s awful. There’s a reason why this app has 1.5 stars on the App Store. I’ve recently upgraded to iOS 13 and the app has stopped working entirely.

ANG IT Admin ,

Ideal solution for enterprise access

My agency just switched from mobileIron to this system, and so far I’ve got 15 users set up and loving it.

First things first: my agency runs its own UEM server and tested this and developed SOPs for a year. Then they pushed the SOPs to us in the field and advised us to test it out for a couple of months with non-VIP users and develop our own plan of implementation. Then we rolled it out. Getting the first device online took two days, but now I can provision a device and get a user’s PKI certs loaded in a matter of minutes. We can reset the device remotely, wipe work data remotely, and even control device policy and push apps to the devices. Far better than mobileIron in every aspect once you learn its quirks- absolutely no bugs once it’s set up properly. A lifesaver!

App Privacy

The developer, BlackBerry Corporation, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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