Blondinbella apps for both Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 have been released. Should you be a fan of the popular and well-known Swedish blogger, these apps are a must have. We've previously looked at Isabella Desirée Löwengrip Rydberg and her own Nokia Lumia 920, so it's good to see apps to further support both Microsoft platforms.
So what can one do with the Blondeinbella apps and why are we even covering them? Should it be desired, consumers will be able to keep up with the daily content from the official website while on the move with Windows Phone or on a Windows tablet. Why are we covering it? Because they actually look rather good.
Sporting an identical layout for both Windows platforms, the Blondinbella apps are simple to use and get straight down to the content of the website without the chrome and weird navigations. Already sporting an iOS app, Blondinbella is slowly (but surely) moving across to a Windows focused path and it's paying off with the modern UI better rendering site content.
Tweets published by Isabella's account are also loaded inside the app, as well as a collection of videos (requiring the YouTube app for playback). There's a number of media options to get stuck in with when a number of minutes are available to get through. It'll be interesting to see what Isabella does in the future for the platform and perhaps we'll see Microsoft picking her up for some local marketing.
You may or may not follow Isabella, but the apps are pretty neat and more public support for the platform is never a negative - regardless who's doing the promoting. You can download Koll på Blondinbella for free from both the Windows Phone (Windows Phone 8 only) and Windows Stores.
Source: Blondinbella; thanks, David, for the tip!
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