Users of the sequential photo app Blink will want to go and grab version 1.2, which just hit the Windows Phone store. The new version contains a changelog, which allows us to tell you exactly what has been updated in this release.
For starters, there is now “flash support”. That basically entails just turning on (and leaving on) the LED lamp, much like a LED torch and it could be quite useful in certain situations where extra light is needed. The other refinement is “easier access to edit and share menus for previously captured session”, no doubt fueled by user feedback. While not as exciting, it may make using the app a smidge easier.
You can pick up Blink for Windows Phone 8 here in the Store. Thanks, Larry P., for the tip!