We last told you about Typr, a note taking application that syncs between Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 back in early February. The app has just hit version 2.0 and brings some new features to the table.
If you update to version 2, you’ll find yourself running an app that has reduced crashing by having completely rewritten code. In addition to those bug squashes, you’ll get to enjoy faster performance. Typr has also managed to reduce loading times that plagued the app before. The other cool feature that is supported in the Windows Phone 8 app is landscape typing.
The app is fully featured and ad-supported. You can remove those ads buy purchasing it. For the Windows 8 version hit up this link and part with $1.49. It's $0.99 for Windows Phone 8, go to the Windows Phone Store here to download, use the QR below, or swipe right in our Windows Phone Central app.
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