The native Calendar app for Windows Phone 8.1 has just been updated. One of the bigger changes in Windows Phone 8.1 is the ability for some of the 'native' apps to be updated independently of the operating system. This allows for apps, like Calendar, to get updated as Microsoft sees fit and without any interference from carriers of OEMs. What's new in today's update?
Head into the Windows Phone Store and you'll find version 1.0.14127.246 of Calendar. This is the second update for the Calendar app in Windows Phone 8.1. Like last time, Microsoft has withheld the changelog. So we'll need your help finding out what's new or improved in this update.
After updating, the app seems to crash on our Lumia 1520 when we try to add a calendar event. Overall, it does seem to be a snappier experience with this update.
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