Three high profile apps have picked recent updates on the Windows Phone Store. These include Spotify, Evernote and Amazon.
Starting of with Spotify, the update brings a brand new UI for the app along with features that were missing from the Windows Phone version, but were present on the Android and iOS versions. Here’s the changelog for version 3.0 of Spotify:
- Discover fires out recommendations based on in-house technologies and social tools with curated content from music experts
- Spotify radio comes to Windows Phone! Pick a track, artist, or album and Spotify will find similar music – it’s like having your own personal radio station
- Find and explore new music with personalised recommendations in Discover, or browse top playlists in Browse
The developers have acknowledged issues with the two step Facebook authentication, which they promise to fix in the future update. You can pick Spotify for free here.
E-retailer Amazon has also updated its app on the Windows Phone Store, bringing it to version 184.108.40.206. Again this is a big update, given that the last one was made sometime in mid 2013. Here’s the changelog:
- Explore and browse products by category with Shop by Department.
- Enhanced search refinements including brand, author, price, Prime eligibility and more.
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
You can pick the official app here.
Lastly, note taking app Evernote has also received some love from the developers. As with the other two apps, this one also has been given a significant update. Here’s the changelog:
- New* Document Camera
- Digitize single- and multi-page physical documents
- Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine
- The notebook designed by Evernote and Moleskine
- Snap a photo with Evernote to create a permanent digital version of your notes
- Available from the Evernote Market (evernote.com/market)
- Improved note layout with in-line titles
- Numerous bug fixes and enhancements
You can pick the app here.