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Two popular games from Disney for Windows Phone 8 are going to be free tomorrow, January 17th at the Windows Phone store: Where’s My Water and Where’s My Perry. Both games are highly reviewed. They’re normally 99 cents at the store.
T-Mobile’s exclusive Nokia Lumia 810 got a software update today to version 1532.5951.1250.1004. If you have the device, you may get a notification or just do it yourself by going to settings – phone update. It is recommended that you use a Wi-Fi connection for the update.
Nokia just uploaded a video on Youtube titled, “It’s time to #Switch — Official TV Advert – 2013.” We could be seeing this 30 second video on our televisions very soon. It shows happy Nokia Lumia users. What do you think?
The official Speedtest.net app is now available for Windows Phone! This application has been available for Android and the iPhone for such a long time already, so we’re glad to see it on Windows Phone too.
We don’t see any promotion about this deal on AT&T’s website, but if you add two Nokia Lumia 920 devices to your cart, one will be free. The price is normally $99 per phone. As expected, a 2-year contract for both devices is required.
It’s hard to find the Nokia Lumia 920 in Cyan or Yellow right now in the US. You can easily get the black or white on Amazon and you may be able to find some red ones at some AT&T stores. If you really want a cyan or yellow Nokia Lumia 920, you’ll need to go to AT&T’s Premier website because these two colors are not available at their regular online store.
Nokia Maps is included with Nokia Lumia devices, but check out gMaps Pro if you want to use Google Maps on Windows Phone 8. It supports search, traffic, public transit, routes, street view, and more. There’s also navigation, but no voice support. Video after the jump.