Windows Phone Apps

Appy Weather is a somewhat modest Windows Phone weather app that delivers the forecast with a slight personal tone. It presents the forecast conditions in your traditional sense but adds how the expected conditions will compare with the current. The minimalistic design looks good and while there are some features we'd like to see added, Appy Weather does a very nice job of things.

The Windows Phone app has seen a flurry of updates over the past months that have added new features and customizations to the mix. The most recent update pushed out this morning sending the weather app to version 1.3. The version 1.3 update for Appy Weather most notably adds the ability to re-organize the settings menu, more options for notifications, and severe weather alert notifications.

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If you are into the sport of cricket, World Cup 2015 is right around the corner with opening matches scheduled for February 14, 2015 in Australia with the final match being played on March 29, 2015. If you need help keeping track of all the World Cup matches, there's a Windows Phone app in the Store that can help you out.

World Cup 2015 Calendar Sync is a Windows Phone app designed to add all the match dates to your Phone's calendar. It is an easy way to populate your Windows Phone calendar with match timings and venues so you never miss a single bowl.

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InstaWeather Pro isn't your typical Windows Phone weather app. The Windows Phone app lets you snap a photo, add an overlay of your current conditions and share the final image with your friends quickly and easily.

InstaWeather Pro makes it easy to not only share how good or bad the weather is but also lets you add a photo that will show off the conditions. The Windows Phone app normally runs $.99 but for through the myAppFree campaign, you can pick it up for free over the next twenty-four hours.

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It looks like lots of Lumia apps for Windows Phone, including Panorama, Selfie, and Video Trimmer, have gotten the update treatment today. While there are no current changelogs listed for the updates, other than support for more devices in video trimmer and video upload, you may want to go ahead and grab them in hopes of squashing some bugs.

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While a little late for Christmas miracles, we'll take it when it comes when it concerns Twitter for Windows Phone updates. That's what's happening today and it's actually a pretty useful update, too. Despite no new changelog in the Windows Phone Store, it looks like the headline new features are People Hub integration, sharing support for web links from Internet Explorer and some nifty new Cortana support for tweeting without the typing.

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Chase Bank plans to remove its Chase Mobile app from the Windows Phone Store on January 26, according to a number of reports sent to us today by Windows Central readers.

The first version of the Chase Mobile app launched for Windows Phone devices in September 2012 and allows Chase Bank customers to monitor their accounts, pay bills and more. The app was later updated to run on Windows Phone 8.1 devices. The app was last updated in August 2014.

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Marriott is about to make your hotel stay much more rewarding. The hotel chain has confirmed to Bloomberg that it is testing a TV service that allows its guests to access streaming content from their own Netflix, Hulu Plus and Pandora accounts. The service is currently being trialled in eight hotels across the US.

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