Disqus has released yet another update for their dedicated Windows Phone app, bumping it to version 2.4. The latest update brings a number of improvements and features to help site owners make an efficient use of the service. With the latest update, site administrators can easily moderate comments using their Windows Phone handset.
Furthermore, the app also adds another new language to the list of supported ones — Croatian — as well as the usual bug fixes and tweaks to improve the overall usability of the app.
Here’s the complete change log for the updated Disqus app:
- Site admins can now moderate comments
- Added Croatian language
- Updated all languages with newest translations
- Added linking support for SDK
- Bug fixes and tweaks
The update is live in the Windows Phone store, grab it and let us know about your thoughts regarding the update.
Other than the update, the company has also released the Disqus Blog app which give users the ability to keep up with the company and community news, as well as find out how to use the community development kit. The app also help developers who are planning to integrate the service within their own apps.
The official app description reads,
“Keep up with Disqus company and community news with the Disqus company blog reader. This is meant to serve as an example of how to use the Disqus Community Development Kit, and is aimed primarily at app developers looking to use Disqus in their own apps. The current version demonstrates how you can show a feed of recent comments for your site, as well as how to launch the official Disqus app to the right discussion so users can participate.”
The app is available as a free download, head over to the Windows Phone Store and grab the app. Also let us know about your thoughts regarding the app.Disqus, Microsoft, Windows Phone