Disqus for Windows Phone has been bumped to version 2.4, offering a more feature-rich experience for both users and web masters. Today's release contains a handful of improvements, which include comment moderation, more translations and API support.
Here's the full list of changes:
- Site comments moderation, enabling admins to approve, feature, delete and mark content as spam
- More translation support, including Croatian
- Altered "favorite" to "recommend", changing the icon to a heart
- Deep link support for API
- Tweaks and bug fixing
The last new addition is deep linking, which has been added to support a launcher SDK. This will be made available to developers soon enough, which will mean apps will be able to pull down discussions from the Disqus API and launch the official app to a specific comment or thread. Pretty neat.
Also, as well as updating the official app you all use and love, the team has also released a new app. Disqus Blog is a simple reader app to keep up with all the news surrounding the social discussions platform. If you're an avid user of the service, this could be worth downloading, so long as you don't already follow the news by other means.