If you happen to be a user of the GroupMe app or Foursquare app for Windows Phone 8, there are new updates awaiting your attention in the Windows Phone Store. Both updates are minor and add improvements along with bug fixes.
GroupMe is a Microsoft app that give users the ability to communicate with their friends and family, create groups to interact with each other, co-ordinate with your colleagues and much more. Recently, the app got bumped to version 220.127.116.11 and adds improvements to push notifications and unread counts.
“GroupMe is the best way to chat with everyone you know. It’s absolutely free, whether you’re talking to a group of friends, or texting with one person. Best of all, it works on nearly every phone, via push or SMS. With GroupMe, it’s easy to reach anyone, anytime, anywhere. On GroupMe, you can catch up with your family, get a group together for a night out, coordinate with co-workers, or just gossip with a few of your closest friends. Think about it like your own private social network, just for the people you really know. Or like a faster, better reply-all email,” the app description reads.
The popular Foursquare service updated their Windows Phone 8 app as well, after quite some time. Unfortunately, no change log was made available for the new update, which bumps the version number to 18.104.22.168. However, this update has been due for months and likely contains bug fixes and other improvements. Grab the app and let us know what new features or improvements you notice.
“Over 30 million people use Foursquare to to find out where friends and locals love to go. Don’t waste time reading long reviews from strangers. Wherever you are in the world, open up Foursquare to see where your friends like to go, and get recommendations for the best restaurants, bars, and sights in the area. We analyze our millions of tips, likes, and over 3.5 billion check-ins to show you the most-loved places in any city,” the app description reads.
Hit the download links below to snag the updated apps. Share with the world via the comments below if you notice any improvements.Foursquare, Windows Phone