Not too many major apps launch on the weekends, which is why we take the opportunity to go over the new apps that launched this past week. It’s the perfect chance to make sure you don’t miss out on any cool new Windows Phone apps. This week’s app highlights has us looking at various new wares from the Windows Phone Store like Project Tripod, Divvy for YNAB, Microsoft Remote Desktop Preview and more!
Project Tripod – This is a clever new app from the AppCampus program that promises to showcase the changes between photos over time. Project Tripod is a new app that’s exclusive to Windows Phone. With the app you’re able to create perfectly align photos of the same object at different points in time. You can then create timelapses and more with the app. Download Project Tripod from the Windows Phone Store. (Free/Subscription)
Microsoft Remote Desktop Preview – It only took a few years, but Microsoft has finally released a Remote Desktop app for Windows Phone. With Microsoft Remote Desktop Preview and Windows Phone 8.1 you’ll be able to control and tap into any PC you want. Download Microsoft Remote Desktop Preview from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
Diagnostics – Looking to make Windows Phone even better? Send Microsoft detailed diagnostics using the official Diagnostics app for Windows Phone 8.1. The app will allow you to create detailed diagnostics for any errors or bugs you encounter. Download Diagnostics from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
Divvy for YNAB – You need a budget, in fact everyone really needs a budget. While some of you business majors might get by fine with Excel, there are millions of folks who might need a little extra help. You Need a Budget (YNAB) is a desktop app for PC and Mac that has helped thousands get back on track with their finances. Divvy for YNAB is a beautiful new third-party app for Windows Phone that gives you read-only access to your finances and budgets! Download Divvy for YNAB from the Windows Phone Store. (Free/In-app purchases)
Youmigo – Here’s another app joining Windows Phone from the AppCampus program this week. The app is called Youmigo and it’s an international culture exchange that connects you with people all over the globe. Use Youmigo to find and connect with people anywhere on this planet. Download Youmigo from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
TimeMe Tile – Folks on Windows Phone 8.1 are loving the transparent Live tiles and other new features. Want to pin a gigantic Live tile to your Start screen that tells you the time, date, weather and more? Then download TimeMe Tile from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
OneDrive – This week OneDrive picked up a gigantic update. Version 1.4 of the app is now live in the Store and brings features like support for large screened phones, the ability to upload multiple photos at once, a new immersive view for viewing photos and much more! Download OneDrive from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
eBay – It took eBay long enough, but they finally have updated their Windows Phone app. We were promised an update in January that was due to hit last month. Anyways, head to the Store and you’ll now find eBay at version 188.8.131.52. The update brings a complete redesign of the app with various new features. Download eBay from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
Xbox Music – Rocking Windows Phone 8.1? Then you’ve probably been fairly disappointed with Xbox Music since upgrading and losing the music + video hub. The recent update to Xbox Music makes the transition a little better. Version 2.5.2842.0 of Xbox Music is sitting in the Store and promises general performance improvements, bug fixes, improved integration with Cortana and much more! Download Xbox Music from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
Baconit – Your favorite Reddit client for Windows Phone picked up a major update this week. Baconit now sits at version 3.0 and brings a new start experience, UI tweaks, performance improvements and much more. Download Baconit from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
Rabbids Big Bang – While not a new app, Rabbids Big Bang is now available for free in the Windows Phone Store. The physics puzzle game is highly addictive and worth downloading! Grab it from the Windows Phone Store. (Free)
Have any favorite apps or games from this past week? Promote them below!