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Unofficial 9GAG app updated with Facebook comments and more

9GAG

Rudy Huyn is a popular name within the Windows Phone community, namely for the array of apps he has published to the store itself. 9GAG is one of them. The unofficial client enables fans of the humour website to check out latest posts and more while on the move. The app has today been updated to version 2.3.0.1. Head on past the break for the list of changes.

9GAG App

Here's the change log for 2.3.0.1:

  • 5 new channels: Cosplay, Gif, NSFW (not safe for work) and Geeky
  • Improved picture upload
  • Display 9GAG comments + Facebook comments
  • Altered back button behaviour, when you have an image zoomed, back button displays normal zoom

While we remain patient for an official app from the 9GAG team, we're content with Rudy's superb offering. You can download 9GAG from the Windows Phone Store for free.

QR: 9GAG

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Unofficial 9GAG app updated with Facebook comments and more

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Yeah i can't find a link to download the paid version :( i imagine I'll get a notification in the store tmr though

Update: I installed the free version as well, and through the free version hit the pay for ad free version, brought me to the store with no option to update, says its already in my collection. So I'm sure we will get it very soon :)

A little bit off topic, but what annoys me about Windows Phone apps is that they hardly ever receive any updates... Flickr, Spotify, Ebay, BBC Iplayer and milions more.

Btw, where's Path? :(

Also i like the idea of path but it hasn't caught on here. So if its available on ios and android and hasn't caught on its a bit worthless. For my anyway :(

It has never been listed, you always had to download the free one first to get the link to the paid one.. kinda annoying, but this was a way to simulate in-app purchases in Windows Phone 7.5.

I've got the ad removed version and there's no update for that. Kinda disappointing. It's like I paid to use older version.

Rudy said on twitter that he submitted the update for the paid version 30 seconds after the free one, just waiting for the Microsoft approval.