Environment

Love Clean Streets is a sweet service enabling you to help out your local council in keeping your community clear of clutter, crime and other environmental issues. The official app for Microsoft's desktop OS has been updated for Windows 8.1. There's also a sweet app available for Windows Phone, which has been with us for years.

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Microsoft is not a company new to environmental friendliness; if anything, their “Microsoft Green Blog” proves the point every week with the latest information on how the company is trying to improve environmental sustainability. This week, the Redmond boys announced how their Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment pilot program has expanded around the campus.

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The Love Clean Streets app for Windows Phone (as well as the network for other smartphones) enables members of public to report environmental issues with their mobile device by simply uploading a report with a photo. The app is much like the Love Clean London, which was previously featured by the BBC in a news report.

The apps share similar functionality and help tackle the severe problems our towns and cities face on a daily basis. Love Clean Streets has recently been update to version 2.1, which introduces the following:

  • The ability to upload images direct from the photo gallery, if you have location services switched on for pictures it automatically puts the pin at the location in the picture.
  • Inspired by logo
  • Keyboard when entering report details, now has the auto complete
  • You can switch off the use of the GPS from within the application (Marketplace requirement).

As well as the above features, a number of bug fixes were also bundled with the release. Should you find yourself wanting to help clean up your area, then be sure to check out Love Clean Streets. It's now more convenient than ever to report environmental problems using your Windows Phone.

You can download Love Clean Streets from the Marketplace for free.

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Nokia has finally released an "exclusive" video game for their Lumia line of Windows Phones. But no, it's not Angry Birds: Space or anything from EA, it's a little indie title that they had on Symbian awhile back called Climate Mission 3D.

Sounds like a bad 80's movie to us. That or an episode of Captain Planet.

Regardless of Cartman-like reaction it's not half bad. The 3D graphics are well done and the music is chill enough without being annoying. You basically have three mini games--Iceberg, Ants and Trees--which keep you occupied with little tasks like making bigger icebergs, forcing slave ants to do you bidding by collecting pine needles or populating the earth with fruit launching trees.

Although we jest at the theme of the game, considering it's free it' s not a terrible time killer. While the initial levels are dead simple (to train you) it does get a little challenging. There are also things to unlock and do around the globe and we guess the message ain't too bad albeit tacky.

But hey, free is free so if you're on a Nokia Lumia phone go and grab Climate Mission 3D  now in the Nokia Collection. Thanks, Kay O., for the tip

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