There's a piece of good news for all those who are using Evernote, Path, or the fitness-related Sports Tracker app on a regular basis. All the above-mentioned apps have picked up new updates, which brings a number of enhancements and bug fixes to the apps.
Starting with the extremely popular note-taking app Evernote. The app was bumped to 184.108.40.2068, and comes with a new document scanning feature, giving users the ability to scan physical documents from within the app and save it to their account online.
Next up is the social networking app Path. The app was updated to 220.127.116.115, and let users post photos saved on the device to the social network, as well as other media files.
Lastly, the health-and-fitness app Sports Tracker also picked up a nice update, bumping it to version 18.104.22.168, and comes with a number of GUI related enhancements. The latest update adds a new heart rate view in the Workout tracking page, so that you don't have to leave that page when you are working out. Additionally, the update adds an autopaus indicator as well.
Here's a complete change log for the latest Sports Tracker update:
- Autopause indicator added.
- Workout tracking page has a new heartrate view.
- Indoor activity shows no map, speed or distance.
- Indoor activities show no maps in summaries.
- Added toast messages to inform user when tracking may get interrupted or lost because another apps are using too much system resources.
- Several crash fixes.
If you happen to be a regular user of any of these apps, head over to the Windows Phone store to grab them.