We recently covered Add to Contacts after bumping our hardware to Windows Phone 8.1. The app, developed by Liquid Daffodil, enables consumers to save searches and more without having to waste time copying data across from one location to another. Today, the developer has released a minor update that implements Microsoft Account syncronization.
The app now provides users an option to add and synchronize contacts with a Microsoft Account across all connected hardware. Logging into a device would pull down contacts from the cloud. As well as this fairly important feature, Liquid Daffodil has added the following in this update:
- Fixed a bug where fields may come across as blank when incomplete data is received from a Cortana local search.
- Added the ability to view and edit fields prior to saving them from Bing or Cortana local searches.
- Added support for system text enlargement in areas affected by scrolling, like Location agreement and Settings.
It's quite the release and one we're sure Add to Contacts fans will enjoy using.
- Download Add to Contacts ($0.99 - Windows Phone 8.1 only)
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