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Earlier this week I wrote about how it'd been a full year since Instagram updated its official Windows Phone app and what we, the Windows Phone users could do about it if we were unhappy. Our advice was to use something like 6Tag, an excellent third-party solution but some of the comments on the post raised an interesting question. A question we're going to put to you, the Windows Central audience.

Do we really need official apps as long as there are good quality, third-party solutions available in the store?

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Here at Windows Central, we want to be your number one source for all news pertaining to the Microsoft ecosystem. This includes the Xbox One as it is Microsoft's presence in your living room.

We have a few ideas of new content on the site, but we don't want to throw it out there and to hope for the best. Instead, we decided to let you guys vote on what you want to see since in many ways this is your guys' site.

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It's been an exciting weekend in these parts, mostly down to finally having the first Windows 10 preview for phones downloaded to play around with. Of course, not everyone has been fortunate enough to be on the list of supported devices, but there was always going to be some disappointed Windows Phone fans. It is, after all, just a preview.

But on the flip side there's a whole bunch of people who can, and probably did, install the preview. We've been looking forward to it for some time now, and despite the potential issues, it's sometimes hard to resist. So, that's what we're asking for today's weekly poll, did you install the Windows 10 preview on your phone?

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Here's a little off-topic fun for this weekend. Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest sporting events on the planet. Attracting in excess of 100 million global viewers, there's a huge interest naturally in the U.S., but an ever growing support elsewhere. It's now huge here in the UK, for example.

This year's game sees the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots go at it for Championship glory, but closer to home, we're looking forward to seeing something else after the Super Bowl. At Microsoft's recent Windows 10 event we were told we'd see the Windows 10 preview for phones "after the Seahawks win the Super Bowl." With that in mind, who's side are you on?!

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