Three popular Windows Phone apps have been updated. Facebook Beta, Ciel and SysApp Pusher have each been bumped to a new version, but since we're looking at minor updates we'll group all three into a single article. So head on past the break to see what's new.
First up is Facebook Beta, the official solution from Microsoft. We're not entirely sure what's new with this update (version 188.8.131.52), so we'll assume bug fixes and minor improvements have been applied. Still, it's definitely worth picking up if you're not part of the beta program. Being able to take advantage of new features before the live version of the app receives them is a neat way to test out what's on the horizon.
You can download Facebook Beta from the Windows Phone Store.
Next up is Ciel, a cool Windows Phone app to help you out when it comes to adding weather data to photos before sharing with friends and family. We previously covered the developer adding 6tag support, but now in version 184.108.40.2065 Ciel is able to share photos with Facebook. If you're an avid user of the social network, this will be a welcomed improvement.
You can download Ciel from the Windows Phone Store.
Finally, we have SysApp Pusher. The app enables you to remain up-to-date with system apps from HTC, Nokia and Samsung. It's invaluable when you come to check for updates that haven't trickled through automatically. This latest update (version 220.127.116.11) adds Nokia Glance Background. Speaking of which, have you entered our contest yet?
You can download SysApp Pusher from the Windows Phone Store.
If you notice anything else new in these updates that we have somehow missed, be sure to hit us up in the comments. Thanks, Josh, for the tip!