We recently reviewed Podcatcher and whilst the app is a relative newcomer to the Windows Phone Store it has already caught our eye. One of the reasons for that was the developer's rapid fire updates, quickly adding features and fixes to the app.
Transfer My Data is a Nokia exclusive app to allow quick and painless migration of your data from your old phone to your shiny new Lumia device. Read on to find out more.
In case it’s not apparent from the name, Podcatcher is an app designed to allow easy subscriptions and listening to your chosen podcasts on the go. The latest set of updates adds some new features and fixes.
The version is now showing as 220.127.116.11 and adds the following things
- Export feed information in OPML format.
- Fix icons and texts for light background colour.
- Multiple fixes for crashes.
- Handle podcast icons better.
We’re certainly pleased to see yet more features added so soon after the last update. If you are not seeing the update presently you can go to the Windows Phone Store or scan the QR code. If you want to try and buy the app you can use the same path.
Nokia Transfer My Data
In case you’re not familiar with this one, Nokia makes this app available to facilitate easy transferring of your data from an existing device such as Symbian, Android, iOS, BlackBerry to your Lumia. It uses Bluetooth to accomplish the task so happily no wires needed. Unfortunately, and as is getting to be the case more and more with Nokia, there is a lack of change log. Based on the low version number difference we’ll speculate that it’s just a set of bug fixes and improvements to ease the process on.
If you already have it installed then you can go to the Windows Phone Store here which will prompt you to update. You can also scan the QR code for the same effect.
We’d like to hear from you if there are any surprises with either update, sound off in the comments below.
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