OBD Auto Doctor is a must-have Windows Phone app for the home mechanics and auto enthusiasts. Have a vehicle that's outside the manufacturer warranty? Maybe you like to do repairs yourself and avoid costly trips to the dealer. OBD Auto Doctor is an app aimed at people who fit those descriptions.
A recently released app called PhotoMart for Windows Phone is getting some attention as the first smartphone app that will allow users to pick their images and have them printed in one hour at any Walmart Photo Center location.
Newsly Reader is a fantastic news reader app for Windows Phone that went under our radar last month. I'm glad that I've discovered it now, and have been using it since a couple of days. Developed by Nemanja Stancic, a Serbian developer, Newsly Reader is a full content news reader and allows you to read from your favorite news sources and RSS feeds in one place sorted in the way you like it.
You can pick from featured sources (bummed that WPCentral is not listed there) or from a variety of categories. You can also search for topics and feeds to find favorite sources or discover new ones.
Office Lens for Windows Phone has just been updated. The document scanning app for Windows Phone launched this past March but hasn't seen any big feature updates until today. If you're a heavy user of Office Lens, we know you're going to love today's update. Read on for details and a download link.
If your company happens to use Novell iPrint as their IT solution for mass printing, then get ready to go grab their app, now available for Windows Phone 8.x.
Novell iPrint (www.novell.com/products/iprint) lets users access print directly from their Windows Phone, which should be extremely useful for those in enterprise and who need something physical at a meeting.
Update: Looks like this was pushed early and not meant to be public. The beta has now been pulled and is no longer published.
Update 2: And now it is back again and you can download at will!
The Wunderlist beta app is now available on Windows Phone. Just last week we learned that the third version of Wunderlist would be arriving on Windows and Windows Phone 'soon.' Turns out that meant today, because you can download the beta right now.
Monday being Monday there is a lot going on in the Windows Phone world. Adding to the fray of updates is the official Windows Phone Central app now at version 4.5.5. It brings some fixes and a new feature.
Let's take a look.
BOX8 is a popular Indian food chain in Mumbai, India. The Quick Service Restaurant chain offers fresh and healthy alternative food options to young working professionals. Starting with one outlet in 2011, the company now owns 25 outlets across the city and claims to sell over 100,000 boxes each month.
Update Just after the Viber app was updated, it was apparently pulled entirely from the Windows Phone Store. We have contacted Microsoft and Viber to find out what is going on with the Windows Phone version.
Original story The popular Viber messaging app for Windows Phone just received a new update today in the Windows Phone Store that offers some new features, additions and improvements, including a new Hold & Talk feature for instant voice messages.
CEF Photos is a Windows Phone reference app that delivers over 1,100 photos of the Canadian Expeditionary Force during World War I. While Great Britain and the United States often took center stage, 620,000 men and women of the CEF served during the First World War. The mostly volunteer force participated in several major battles across the European theatre and carried a strong reputation as being an effective military formation.
CEF Photos may not appeal to everyone but with the First World War passing its 100-year anniversary, the app may present a different perspective on things to history buffs.
Microsoft will be updating the NFL app on the Xbox One and Windows 8 devices, adding several new features in time for the start of the football season next month. The new app will be more customizable, and you will be able to choose the information you see. You an view stats for your favorite teams and players, as well as on-demand video from NFL Now and more, according to Engadget:
The price for the popular Windows Phone 8 third party Twitter app glƏƏk! shot up today to $99.99, and it's not a mistake. Its developer Liquid Daffodil has revealed the reason for the massive boost in price, claiming that the app is close to reaching its token limit as required by Twitter for all third party apps.
Windows Phone Central App Roundup: Kitchen Helpers Collection
Our Windows Phones have a lot of potential. From the elementary task of placing a phone call to sending emails to surfing the web to controlling home security systems, our Windows Phones can help tremendously with our day-to-day lives.
One aspect of daily life will land most of us in the kitchen (you can only survive on take out for so long) and the Windows Phone Store has put together a small collection of apps designed to help you explore the world of cooking. The Kitchen Helpers Collection is one many Collections the Store has put together to help Windows Phone users get started in the right direction. Topics range from gaming to sports to utilities.
If you are in the market for a calculator app to cover just about every calculation need imaginable, check out the Windows Phone app Calculator Toolbox.
The app was recently updated to version 2.2 and adds a handful of new calculators to the toolbox, OneDrive integration and more.
Please note this update only applies to the paid version of Calculator Toolbox. The free, ad-supported version will eventually see the update but will lack premium features such as OneDrive integration and Excel report generation.
Now, version 1.1 is live in the Store and with it a few fixes, some cleaning up of the design and a new transparent tile option (that is right, the choice is yours).
There's a new update for OneDrive on Windows Phone, and they've dubbed this one to be version 220.127.116.11. The last update (v 4.2) brought improvements to the downloading experience for the OneDrive app, but this one? We're not sure.