Nokia Camera beta gets bug fixes while Lumia rebrand continues for Nokia apps

Did you hear the news? Microsoft bought the mobile division of Nokia. So, it should not be too shocking to see Microsoft Mobile slowly but surely replace 'Nokia' in the Store with the more accurate 'Lumia' tag for those specialized apps we have all come to love.

Today, Storyteller, Panorama, Cinemagraph, and Creative Studio have all gained 'Lumia' in their titles, replacing the outdated Nokia brand. This trend is not new either as over the last few months we have witnessed a few apps get the Lumia re-brand treatment.

Unfortunately, a cursory glance at these apps reveals little in the way of new features, making these purely cosmetic. Heck, even 'Color Pop' is still not present in the Lumia Creative Studio, which is still a bummer. Regardless, if you are into chasing updates, you can find the links below for the newly minted Lumia apps.

Related: " 4 ways to improve your photos with Nokia Creative Studio 6.0"

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Nokia Camera Beta

For those who like using beta apps, Nokia Camera beta is receiving today along with the usual and unspecified "bug fixes and improvements."

Interestingly, that app has yet to receive the Lumia re-brand, even if we have seen hints of it in the past. Something tells us that Microsoft may have more to say on that soon.

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Thanks, Armin A. and everyone else, for the tips!

Daniel Rubino

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