Afterlight is now available for Windows Phone. Looking for a new photo-editing app on Windows Phone? Then you're going to want to check out the brand new app Afterlight. It's a very popular image editing app on Android and iOS that recently made the jump to your favorite mobile platform.
Did you hear the news? Microsoft bought the mobile division of Nokia. So, it should not be too shocking to see Microsoft Mobile slowly but surely replace 'Nokia' in the Store with the more accurate 'Lumia' tag for those specialized apps we have all come to love.
Today, Storyteller, Panorama, Cinemagraph, and Creative Studio have all gained 'Lumia' in their titles, replacing the outdated Nokia brand. This trend is not new either as over the last few months we have witnessed a few apps get the Lumia re-brand treatment.
CellarTracker, which claims to have the world's largest online collection of wine reviews, has just launched its Windows Phone app, which will allow users to keep track of not only its reviews but also their own wine collections.
Masks is a new photo editor for Windows Phone from the developers behind the popular Windows Phone photography app Fhotoroom. The app allows you to apply effects filters to specific areas of your photo by using preset masks.
The app includes 26 masks and 23 filters. You can pick up more masks through an in-app purchase.
Keep in mind that Masks is not a full featured photo editor but rather a specialty editor. It may not appeal to everyone but in using Masks over the past few days it comes across as a nice editing tool to have in your Windows Phone photography library.
NFL Now for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 has just been updated days before the start of the 2014 season. The app joined the Windows family just last week, but has already picked up a big update. Head into the Windows Phone Store and you'll find version 18.104.22.168. Today's update is most notable for adding live streaming to the app!
Extras + Info for Lumia Windows Phones has once again been updated, but the same changelog exists and we can only spot small bumps in version numbers for system settings. Some of Microsoft's new Lumia system apps were inherited through its purchase of Nokia's mobile devices division and are updated regularly. The issue is with each release it's not always clear what each version brings to the table.
Telegram Messenger's beta app for Windows Phone has been updated to add a few new features to the service and make the app quicker. The update, which is now inversion 0.1.3.8, brings voice messages to secret chats and the ability for users to pin secret chats to the Start screen.
Myntra.com is the leading online retailer of fashion and casual lifestyle products in India, and headquartered in Bangalore. Acquired by Flipkart a few months ago, the shopping portal offers clothes, footwear, and fashion accessories for men, women, and kids.
The company has just launched their official shopping app for Windows Phone devices offering products from over 600 brands.
If you are in need of a new Windows Phone 8.1 Start Screen wallpaper or a Windows Phone lockscreen wallpaper, take a gander at Background Wallpapers HD.
While the developer does not offer an exact number of wallpapers available, there is an abundance of wallpapers to sift through. The images are categorized and include nature, abstract, cartoons, pets, gaming characters and more.
Just exploring the wallpaper offerings from Background Wallpapers HD, it comes across as an impressive collection but the navigation could use a little fine-tuning.
Good news, Australian Windows Phone users! The official IceTV (icetv.com.au) app has just arrived at the Windows Phone Store. The IceTV TV Guide app lets you see what's on TV for the week ahead, search for shows, set keywords and favorites, create your own personalized TV guide, and much more. You can also enable recording features with a paid subscription.
It's that time of year again where fans come out of the woodwork, dust off their lucky jersey, slap on the war paint and find their favorite foam finger that declares their favorite football team as number one. Yes, it's American football season!
College football season kicked off a few days ago and the NFL is slated to get started this coming week. If you are a fan of either, there is a nice selection of Windows Phone apps to help you keep track of scores, stats, news, videos and chatter about your favorite College or Pro team.
We plucked four of the top rated football apps from the Windows Phone Store to highlight in this week's roundup. We have three apps to keep you up with the scores and a Windows Phone app to help you manage a fantasy team.
UnfollowSpy is one of our favorite apps on Windows Phone for tracking our Instagram and Twitter stats. It's a great app with useful free features, but you'll want to pay a small in-app purchase fee to unlock the whole experience. Thankfully it's now free for the next three days.
Both apps experienced crashing issues at startup on Windows Phones with 4.7 to 6 inch display. The issues appeared to only occur with non-English markets and these updates should resolve this issue.
Servicing 1.4 million Africans, the AfricaWeather service (www.africaweather.com) is a useful and often necessary resource for those on the go. With live storm tracking and great coverage, Windows Phone users could certainly use a nice native app, and now they do.
Vuclip is the leading premium mobile video on demand service for emerging markets. Started in 2008, the Silicon Valley-based mobile video and media company uses technology they crafted to allow users to search for and watch web videos on any video-enabled mobile device.