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Twitter For Windows Phone Updated After Seven Months

07/08/2014, Twitter today rolled out an update for its Windows Phone application. This major update comes after seven months so Windows Phone users will no doubt appreciate all of the new features included in this release. Some might have thought that Twitter had...

Windows Phone Will Be Able To Run Android Apps [Rumor]

07/08/2014, Over the past couple of weeks there has been much chatter about Microsoft and Android. The company is reportedly working on a Lumia smartphone that will be powered by Android. So far the Android lineup has been limited to its own brand, Lumia has...

BBC iPlayer Radio Now On Windows Phone Store

07/08/2014, Earlier in May, the BBC did roll out a major update to its iPlayer app so that it will now cater for the Windows Phone platform, allowing it to enjoy a new look and improved performance. Of course, there is also something else to look forward to –...

BLU Dash 4.0 And Dash 5.0 To Arrive on Microsoft Store

07/07/2014, When we talk about Windows Phone devices, most of the time we would be drawn to those handsets from Nokia, but the thing is, there are also other manufacturers out there in the market. Take BLU Products for instance, based in Florida, they have recently...

BBM Makes An Appearance In Windows Phone Store As Private Beta

07/07/2014, A couple of months ago, it was announced that BBM would finally be making its way onto Windows Phone. It was later revealed that the app was scheduled for a release in July, and it looks like that it will be able to meet that date. The app has recently...

Android Apps Could Be Coming To Windows Phone [Rumor]

07/07/2014, One of the disadvantages of the Windows Phone platform is that it does not have as many apps compared to iOS or Android. Sure, some have made the case as to why anyone would need to have a million apps to choose from, but we guess some people like the...

Microsoft Hosting Nokia Con Event In Japan 27th July

07/06/2014, The Windows Phone platform is slowly being embraced in various parts of the world in various markets, however if there is one market which is stubbornly refusing to accept Windows Phone, it would be Japan. We have heard how the platform’s market share...

ComScore: Windows Phone’s Growth In The US Remains Unchanged

07/03/2014, Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform admittedly gets better with each major update that Microsoft makes to it. However the lack of apps has consumers hesitating if they should adopt the device, and the lack of consumers has developers holding back on...

Yo Messaging App Makes Its Way Onto Windows Phone

07/01/2014, It was a couple of weeks ago that a certain app by the name of Yo had been making the headlines. It made the headlines again last week when it was hacked, although it issues that led to its hack have since been addressed. Now the app was previously only...

Lenovo Windows Phone Device Confirmed By AdDuplex

06/27/2014, According to a report earlier this year, word on the street was that Lenovo was looking to get into the Windows Phone game with a new smartphone of their own. This was apparently “confirmed” by Lenovo themselves and if you wanted more proof, just to...

Hisense Unveils MIRA 6 Windows Phone

06/26/2014, Earlier today we reported that Chinese company, Hisense, had announced their plans for a Windows Phone handset. Well for those wondering what they had up their sleeves, the company has officially announced their first Windows Phone handset, the MIRA 6. We...

Adobe Photoshop Express App Arrives On Windows Phone 8

06/26/2014, We have seen Adobe announce the Photoshop Express for Android app update earlier this year in January, leaving users on the Windows Phone platform wondering just when will their turn arrive. Well, if you have been displaying the virtue of patience all...

Hisense Jumping Onto Windows Phone Bandwagon

06/26/2014, Hisense is a company most people would not associate with mobile devices, but that hasn’t stopped the company from releasing devices like smartphones and tablets. In any case it seems like the Chinese company has no plans to stop anytime soon because...