Working on new version of Wallet for #windows10 … this is a maintenance version of previous #wp81 version.
This version will ask you to migrate database awaiting future version.
Check it Here
Also some bugs has been fixed:
* lost of template information during change password
* fixed change language
* some translation improvements
* new support email
Arithmetic for kids has been updated for #win81 and #wp81
Try it from
WINDOWS PHONE 8.1!
or WINDOWS 8.1!
Beside arithmetic for kids for #wp8, now you have available it also for Windows 8.1!
you can download from Here!
A new version of Wallet and Wallet lite has been published on Windows phone Store. Check it Here
It includes a new version of page to modify images. With better support for big images.
Also data base has been migrated to SQLite to support future Windows 8 version.
NEW VERSION WINDOWS PHONE 8 OPTIMIZED
Keep The Rhythm is not just another sport tracker.
Keep The Rhythm allow you to select what music you want to listen. During sport activity some voice advices inform you about your progress.
Keep The Rhythm allow you to easily change your music by clicking on screen.
Share your sports activities and music with others (it requires skydrive account).
* Track sport activities: run, walking and cycling mode.
* Automatic rhythm detection
* Activity summary page with map and graphics
* Night & day mode
* Voice advice
* Summary screen
* Share activities with your friends
* Backup and Restore results
* On screen gestures
* Arm-wearing mode
* Share option with NFC
* Listen FM Radio while running
* Lap tracks
* Compass on maps
* be able to change map view
* Export to Kml files
* Import routes from KML and GPX files
My City is #BCN, is an application that show information about Barcelona City.
This is public information is provided by http://opendata.bcn.cat/opendata/en
Data available is public transport, public car parkings, taxi ranks and bicing station.
From Wiki …
Spoof is a strategy game, typically played as a gambling game, often in bars and pubs where the loser buys the other participants a round of drinks. The exact origin of the game is unknown, but one scholarly paper addressed it, and more general n-coin games, in 1959.It is an example of a zero-sum game. The version with three coins is sometimes known under the name Three Coin.
Do you have a lot of friends with a mobile with NFC?
then take a picture … and …
… build a big banner putting together all your friend’s mobile.
Good news for kids, and ones who want to learn or practice basic arithmetic! Calculus has been migrated to windows phone 8
Try it from