The facebook app for windows phone have been getting a lot of heat since it’s release. Compared to the Android app it honestly sux and I can understand why people are getting frustrated. Now you can try out the next generation of facebook for Windows Phone with there new beta program here http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid=93da5d29-daf0-4783-9ed5-a87b33247ec6
I’m in love!
At first it doesn’t looke like much, but after a coupple of seconds tinkering I get it. It’s so much faster, easier and lot more fun to use. The app is undergoing a major redesign and now includes several much-requested features, including new support for high-res photos, post sharing, and Facebook Timeline(!).
Everything is better, and this is what the app should have been right from the start. With swiping left and right to get your groups, friends etc. Now get this this ready and public!
There’s been a lot of talk during the last year of a “facebook phone”. Zuckerberg have been denying it, referring to the fact that a facebook phone wouldn’t even “move the needle” when it comes to market shares – he’s probably right. So what to do when you want to “move the needle”?
Four weeks ago I decided to change my phone and tablet for the 2 in 1 solution from ASUS – the PadFone 2. Not only was this to be a change of one gadget for another, but a complete change of echo system. Over the past weeks I have tried to answer questions here on the blog, on forums, twitter, facebook and by mail. The result of that (and my own continuous use of the PadFone 2) has resulted in reviews, guides and tips.I even made some new friends in the process.
This is my sum up of the past four weeks with the ASUS Padfone 2 in a new and scary echo system.. Can a windows guy go “Android”?
Marketing method = E P I C
Not really the app we hoped for, but a pretty slick and funny way to put some positive pressure on Instagram by Nokia and Windows Phone.The app allows you to take photos, add a classic Polaroid filter to them and post them to your social networks with the hashtag #2InstaWithLove.
Windows Phone is not really new to me, and the Lumia 800 is actually my third wp7 device. But anyway – a new phone is a new phone.
Compared to my previous HTC Throphy and Samsung Omnia 7 it’s really a different league all together. The Lumia is superior in both quality and design, and Nokia has som real killer apps like “Nokia Drive” and “Maps”. But compared to my Galaxy S2 the match is more even.. and im really havin a hard time choosing one of them (luckly i dont have to)
So right now it’s Lumia 800 for work and Galaxy S2 for play