The free-to-play arcade game Ocean Drift from developer Mintah Games is now available to download for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile. ...
Despite numerous rumours there seems little prospect of Pokemon Go ever coming to Windows Phone. The craze has however caused huge demand from Windows Phone users, with more than 88,000 users signing a petition requesting an app from Niantic. Now ST-Apps, the developer of of One Auth has posted a proof of concept gif showing off a […]
IMO has quietly launched a version of its text, audio and video chat app for Windows Phone 8.1 that also works on Windows 10 Mobile. ...
IMO.IM has finally released an app for Windows phones. The app lets you Message and video chat with your friends and family for free, no matter what device they are on! It features: Send unlimited instant messages Group chat with friends, family, roommates and others Keep chats in sync with mobile Make high-quality video and voice […]
I began my dating app experience much later in life. (The foolish decision to buy a Windows phone set me back two years.) I was anxious to get started the moment I upgraded devices. The first and most obvious download was the infamous Tinder, renowned as a hook-up app but also responsible for significant...
The game, turned global phenomenon, just keeps picking […]
The Windows 10 Mobile market is pretty small, and possible 1-2 million units per quarter. That’s not just a small segment of the phone market (less than 1%) but also a small fraction of the PC market (less than 2%). Yet Windows 10 Mobile is much closer to the PC market than the phone market, […]
New figures collected from AdDuplex reveal how enthusiast Windows 10 Mobile users compare to regular ones. It should be of little surprise that more hardcore fans lean towards higher-end devices when compared to non-techy folks. However,...Show More Summary
The Moly X1 is one of the few Windows Phones that do not originate from Microsoft. Like the newer brands of Windows phones, it originates from Microsoft’s newer, smaller, third-party OEMs – Coship to be specific. The firm has produced a few Windows phones, with two of them on sale right now and a third […]
Remember Betteridge’s law of headlines? If a headline includes a question, the answer is most likely going to be a no – but that’s not exactly the case today. As a fan of the original principles of Windows Phone, the idea of using Windows Phone on a premium handset has always appealed to me. The lovely […]
AdDuplex today published the Windows Phone usage stats for July 2016. And for the most part, the stats are very similar to the report from last month. According to the latest data from AdDuplex, Windows 10 Mobile is still on less than 12% of Windows Phones — it’s powering 11.9% of all Windows Phones, to […]
Accuweather has been a staple weather app since the days of Windows Phone 7 and has seen its fair share of facelifts over the years that included interface redesigns and new features. Accuweather has kept pace with the evolution of our...Show More Summary
We posted earlier today that following an architecture change Skype is set to drop support for Skype on Windows Phone 8.1, and older versions of Android. The Windows Phone app is set to stop working in October 2016. Rudy Hyunn has now reminded us that this means more than 80% of Windows Phone users will soon be […]
Emojis aren't just for phones.
Remember Microsoft's Nokia-branded McLaren smartphone? It was supposed to carry the torch for Windows Phone in late 2014 through its exotic 3D touch input (which Apple wouldn't have until 2015), but it was cancelled just months before launch for reasons unknown. Show More Summary
Skype announced that it would end support for all Windows-based smartphones and older versions of Android.
Had enough of Lumia support telling you that Snapchat is coming to your Windows Phone. Now, Pokemon Go is the latest app lusted after by Windows phone users, left out of the new phenomenon., and Microsoft is offering an adapted version of the same sweet talk. In response to a user posting on their Facebook […]
The Nokia McLaren has never had a full analysis by anyone in the press. That all changes today as three veteran tech reporters fully detail the 3D Touch-enabled Nokia McLaren from 2014. Back in 2013, rumors began circulating that Nokia...Show More Summary