Rudy Huyn might be part machine, his apps are constantly getting new features and updates faster than we can keep track of. He’s the developer behind some of the more popular apps in the Windows Phone community like 6tag, 6sec, Wikipedia, TVShow, Fuse and more. His Instagram app, 6tag, has been especially well received and an app we see updated more than others. Let’s check out what’s new in the latest version.
The last update for 6tag came out about 5 days ago. It brought some cool features like the ability to repost an image, view posts based on your position, new Live tiles, and a way to manage your security. Those features were very welcomed by us and the community.
However, it did contain some small bugs that might have annoyed some users. For example, accepting a friend request seemed broken and so did the connection with Facebook. Thankfully at the time we knew version 1.5.1 had been submitted to the Store to address those errors.
Today v1.5.1 is now out for all you 6taggers in the Windows Phone Store. If you had a private profile and couldn’t accept new followers you should be able to now. Same goes for connecting to Facebook.
Want to get 6tag for Windows Phone? It’s a free app that is ad-supported, you can pay to remove those ads and pay a bit more to unlock video upload. It’s available for Windows Phone 8 devices and you can grab it in the Windows Phone Store, by using the QR code below, or swiping to the right in our app.
Thanks for the tip Giordano!
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