Updates For Nokia’s Music, Maps, Transport, And Drive Applications Coming Soon


  Four of Nokia's best applications for the Windows Phone are due for some major updates once again, and coming soon. First up, the Nokia Music application will go up to 3.0 version. This version will bring enhancements and features, but for now of special highlight is a feature that will allow users to recommend songs to others (with no sign up or log in … [Read more...]

Four New Nokia Windows Phone Applications Announced At 2012 Developer Summit


The Nokia Lumia exclusive collection of applications (and a single game) continues to grow. At the 2012 Developer Summit, Nokia announced four new applications that will be exclusive to Lumia devices: Camera Extras, Contact Share, Counters, and PlayTo. Each application will bring great new features to the Lumia Windows Phone lineup, both current and future devices. The four … [Read more...]

Windows Phone 8 VoIP And Video Chat Support Will Allow Applications To Be Built-in And Run In The Background


There has been plenty of talk about when Skype on the Windows Phone would be updated to run in the background, and if it would also ever be built-in to the Windows Phone. Windows Phone 8 will actually bring VoIP and video chat support to all supported devices. This was announced as a feature of Windows Phone 8, so it seems current devices may not ever see Skype run in the … [Read more...]

Nokia, Huawei, Samsung, And HTC Will Release First Windows Phone 8 Devices


The big four Windows Phone manufacturers to introduce the first Windows Phone 8 devices later this year have now been named. Qualcomm processors have already been certified and confirmed to be installed on all Windows Phone 8 devices, for the moment, we know that already. The big four manufacturers to release the first Windows Phone 8 devices are Nokia, Huawei, Samsung, and … [Read more...]

Windows Phone 8 Will Bring New Update Process And Double The Language Support


Windows Phone 8 won't just be bringing a flashy new start screen, and new applications, but a lot of support features too. Microsoft is always expanding the Windows Phone market globally, and with Windows Phone 8 Microsoft is going to support up to 50 languages. Supporting up to 50 languages means double the current geographic coverage for Windows Phone. Not only will language … [Read more...]