Back in February Rayman Fiesta Run popped up in the Windows Phone Store, but before we could write about it it disappeared. Today it looks to finally be officially available. For real this time. The Rayman games are consistently great, so we’re glad to finally get this one in the Store.
Version 2.0 of Vieather is available right now in the Windows Phone Store. One of the most welcomed changes is support for up to 1080p displays. The annoying black bar has finally been vanquished. The forecast design has been updated from a line graph to a bar graph.
Way back in Q4 of 2012 Windows Phone passed Blackberry in worldwide market share. That huge accomplishment was made possible by countries like India, Finland, and Italy, but here in the U.S. Blackberry is more popular. Until now.
Over the weekend another new feature from Windows Phone 8.1 was leaked on the internet. This leak showed off a new feature called “WiFI Sense” in a short video. We’re seeing a trend in 8.1 with these “Sense” apps.
This week the guys are back from MWC to talk mobile news. Apple makes iOS in the car official with “CarPlay,” Microsoft’s Siri-competitor leaks on video and makes it onto The Tonight Show, and Samsung steals The Oscars.
Sonos has put up a survey to gauge user interest for a Windows Phone app. The survey is very simple. It asks if you have a Windows Phone as a primary device, and if you own any Sonos products. That’s it.
It is well documented that the one thing plaguing Windows Phone is a lack of apps. The reality of the situation is not as bad as people make it out to be. That is exactly what Nokia has tried to show in their latest video.
Now that the Nokia X series is out-of-the-way we can put our attention on what’s next from Nokia. There are a few rumored devices being tossed around, but today @evleaks has shown us one of them. The Lumia 630 (a.k.a. Moneypenny) can be seen in the image above in five glorious colors.