App Update Roundup: 2flicka, Cal and more receive updates
It has been a rather quiet week so far with the news, but we're looking at more app updates being pushed through the Windows Phone Store. Updating your arsenal of content will surely make up for the lack of hardware announcements and help you through the wait for Windows Phone 8.1.
Today, we're looking at both 2flicka and Cal, not to mention some other apps worth noting. Slip past the break for more details.
2flicka is a super-popular, unofficial Flickr client for Windows Phone. The app has been published on the store for some time, accumulating numerous positive reviews. Being bumped to version 1.6.1, this release addresses an issue with logging into the Flickr service.
Should you be unable to authorize 2flicka when logging in, the app will prompt you to utilize an alternative option. It's a handy fix should you be having trouble attempting to get access to your account when on the move.
You can download 2flicka from the Windows Phone Store for free. We should note that the app isn't normally free, but will remain free for the next three weeks.
Cal is a superb calendar app for Windows Phone. Sporting a minimalist interface and lightweight experience, this beautiful app is well worth checking out, should you be slightly fed up of the native calendar app from Microsoft.
Here's what is new in version 1.3:
- New way of switching between calendar views
- Ability to set agenda and week view as default
- Fixed some Google and Outlook calendar sync issues
- Fixed live tiles not updating when not on a cellular connection
- Fixed occasional crash on launch
Download Cal from the Windows Phone Store for $1.99.
Odds and ends
Not only have the above apps been bumped by the developers, but the following items on the store have had new releases published recently:
- SysApp Pusher (version 184.108.40.206)
- App Social (version 220.127.116.112)
- UnfollowSpy (version 18.104.22.168)
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.