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BBM

Reddit was rejoicing that BBM was finally on Windows Phone. Some were more like ‘meh’. Either way it’s there. Or is it? Well it is but in private beta. You’ll need an approved account to download this.

http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/bbm/611e38dd-52a4-493c-9bec-cd4351d9d3e3

If you aren’t part of the private beta, you’ll receive the error:

Can’t download

Sorry, you don’t have permission to download this app.

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twitter wp

Ir’s been a while since the official Twitter app for Windows Phone has received an update, longer still since that update added any significant features. The latest update brings a lot of new features, bringing the WP client on par with iOS and Android versions; and even surpassing the features that we saw in the Twitter Beta along side the WP 8.1 launch that was never publicly updated.

The changelog for this version includes:

  • Tag your friends in a photo to start a conversation.
  • Capture the moment by uploading multiple photos to a single Tweet.
  • Tweets with Twitter photos, Vine videos and other select content now show a preview in your home timeline
  • You can reply, retweet, favorite or follow someone straight from a Tweet in your home timeline.
  • Share photos through Direct Messages.

*Currently I’m having trouble signing in with the app, anyone else? Grab the update from the link below:

 

TwitterScan with Windows Phonehttp://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/twitter/0b792c7c-14dc-df11-a844-00237de2db9e

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rate us

 

For owners of Nokia Lumia devices, the ‘Feedback to Nokia’ app is now ‘Rate Us’. It’s still about giving feedback on your ‘Lumia’ phone, it’s just without the explicit Nokia branding.

It seems to suggest that the whole ‘NOKIA by Microsoft’ thing might just be a way to fully transition the Nokia name out of Lumia.

http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/rate-us/aec3bfad-e38c-4994-9c32-50bd030730ec?

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Marc said the first challenge was making sure they only got the best people. Next was getting the funding and showing investors that they’ll be creating value. Finally, to prove that a small company can be taken seriously as a competitor to the big smartphone juggernauts – and he says all the last one took was to show them their device.

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