Nokia has released a new beta for Lumia Windows Phone owners to enjoy - App Highlights Social. So what can one do with said app installed? It essentially takes the baton from the App Highlights app we've come to know and love, but improving the overall experience with new functionality and a more advanced interface. Our first impressions: it's really, really cool.
If you're one who enjoys discovering new apps for your Lumia Windows Phone, App Highlights Social is a must have. There's an array of features to hep consumers get the most out of Nokia's Collection and the Windows Phone Store itself. As the name suggests, there's a social element implemented to make finding new apps and games more fun and worthwhile.
Users can create their own app lists, have the community follow said collections and rise to the top of a leaderboard. It's an interesting way to have the community involved with not only finding new apps to download and enjoy, but also sharing what they've already got installed to benefit others. Here are some highlighted (pun intended) features:
- Enjoy browsing through tons of different apps lists brought to you by Nokia and App Highlights Social Beta users around the world
- While you browse you can thank users for cool app lists
- Sign in to create and share lists of apps with your friends and with the world in order to gain thanks and followers in your lists
- Search for your friends and tech celebrities to start following them and gain insights from their lists of apps
Utilising its own account system, there's the element of personalisation with different experiences for each individual, depending on which apps one's interested in. You can download App Highlights Social from the Nokia Collection on the Windows Phone Store - note that the app is currently listed for Windows Phone 8 hardware only.
Update: Nokia informs us that this is a very limited beta, for US, Italy, Finland and India ONLY at the moment.
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