Hipstamatic has been relentless in their support for Windows Phone. Their Oggl and Oggl Pro apps for Windows Phone launched earlier this summer alongside the Nokia Lumia 1020. When they initially came out, performance and features were lacking a bit. Constant updates have improved the apps to more than adequate. Let’s check out what’s new in the latest update for Oggl and Oggl Pro.
About ten days ago the last update for both Oggl and Oggl Pro came out. That update fixed some issues users had with connecting to Facebook. In addition, various other improvements that were more performance focused were included. The latest update doesn’t add new features, but does provide localization for a few new regions. Here are the languages that have been added in Oggl and Oggl Pro:
While not the craziest update, we’re happy to see more users get to enjoy Oggl and Oggl Pro in their language of choice. The other good news is for a specific set of users on a specific smartphone. Previously, Oggl was pulled for users who had the HTC 8X and Oggl just plain won’t work on the HTC 8XT. Well today it looks like Oggl is at least showing up again for users with the HTC 8X. It’s been hit and miss from users in the community, so if you download Oggl for your 8X let us know how it works.
Want to enjoy Hipstamatic’s offering on Windows Phone? Both apps are free for Windows Phone 8 users, although you’ll need a Lumia 1020 to use Oggl Pro. Use the links below or QR codes to grab the version of Oggl that’s for you.
Oggl –Windows Phone Store
Oggl Pro – Windows Phone Store
Thanks for the tip Giordano P! and JD for the HTC 8X info!