Nokia recently published the Bluetooth Share App which is compatible with Windows Phone 7.5, I am sure that Windows Phone 7.5 users will be happy with this announcement for most of them wanted this feature on their phones. With Bluetooth Share you can send and receive image and audio files between your devices. Switch Bluetooth on anytime you want to send or receive files, pair your devices, and start using Bluetooth Share.
Download Bluetooth Share
In this Lumia App Lab Michael Samarin, Director Developer Training and Evangelism, at Finnish company Futurice introduces you to the methods you can use to update your Windows Phone 7 applications so they will run on Windows Phone 8. He’ll also describe how to create a Windows Phone 8 application and make it work for Windows Phone 7 users. In addition to providing an overview to the approaches to multirelease compatibility, Michael also presents useful tips and tricks to help you make the most of the market for Windows Phone apps.
A downloadable copy of the slides from the session can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/nokia-developer/lumia-app-labs-develop-apps-that-wo…
Check out details of the other Lumia App Labs, including the 2013 schedule, here: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Develop/Windows_Phone/Learn/
XYO is the most comprehensive, interesting way to discover mobile apps from all over the world. XYO is built to show you the mobile apps and games that are out there and to give you inspiring recommendations based on what you are looking for. Nokia teamed up with XYO to help users find the availability of their favourite apps on the Nokia Lumia Windows Phone. Your favorite apps for your Nokia Lumia Windows Phone are just a download away. Windows Phone already has 46 of the top 50 most popular apps from both iOS and Android. With over 115,000 apps now available on the Windows Phone Marketplace you can find just about anything. Just let XYO know what you were using on your old device and we will look it up for you.
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1800pocketpc.com are reporting form an unnamed source that the Windows Phone 7.8 update will hit the market by Wednesday the 28th of November. Windows phone 7.5 users are eagerly awaiting this update, which brings new features to the platform. One of the most talked about feature is the new start screen which mimics the windows 8 start screen, check out the video below:
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App Highlights 2.0 is a Nokia created App recommender, specifically highlighting the best and most locally relevant content available in your country.
In this application, you will find:
- Our local and global content experts will keep you up to date with the best apps
- Filter results to easily find what’s important to you
- We’ll let you know when new apps matching your favorite searches become available
Still in the Beta phase, Nokia Play To application is a very interesting addon to the Lumia range. Nokia Play To is still residing at Nokia Beta Labs and can be downloaded if you register as a Beta Tester. With the “Play To” application for Nokia Lumia phones you can show pictures and videos wirelessly on other DLNA capable devices (TV’s, BlueRay players, Mediaplayer in Windows 7, etc…) connected to their network. Future releases of the application are planned to also include support for music.
Known issues in this release
- There are known interoperability issues with Sony Bravia TV that prevent Video being shared correctly.
- High Resolution video may not share correctly.
- The application does not support Media Server functionality and cannot be detected by devices such as Microsoft Xbox360 and/or Sony Playstation3.
This functionality is being planned for a future release.
Lets hope this App will graduate soon and become a commercial product on the Marketplace.