Nokia has rolled out an update for its Lumia Storage Check Beta app. This app, exclusively available for Nokia Windows Phones, enables consumers to monitor exactly what's being stored on internal memory - something we believe Microsoft should have baked into the OS itself. So what's new in this latest release?
Nothing much, really. It's only a minor bump in the build numbers (22.214.171.124) so we can assume we're looking at small fixes and improvements. There were a number of reports of bugs and incompatibility issues with certain hardware (firmware version requirements in place). According to latest store reviews, the app still doesn't work on the likes of the Lumia 822 and Lumia 820.
Are you still encountering problems? Let us know in the comments along with which Windows Phone you own. You can download Lumia Storage Check Beta from the Windows Phone Store (be sure to be wielding a Lumia device). Thanks, josipogo, for the tip!
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