GSMA Official, Battery, MetroTube, extras+info and Glance receive updates

GSMA Official, Battery, MetroTube, extras+info and Glance receive updates

Many updates have been rolling in at the Windows Phone Store lately. We just spotted an update for the Waze app, and we will also get into the other apps which bumped up their version numbers, and brought along some new features.

GSMA Official

With Mobile World Congress kick-starting in just a few hours, its official app for the event, GSMA Official added some handy options to it. If you are going to attend the event, the app will help you with the schedules, locating places and supply complete information about the booths. There is no changelog attached to the app, so we are betting on bug fixes and general improvements.


Popular power monitoring app, Battery also had an update. The new version 2.4 adds a few enticing features. Some of them include:

  • Sounds for notification and reminders
  • Lets you reset stats
  • Support for over 16 new languages
  • Monitoring music playback and network


Everyone’s favorite YouTube client, MetroTube bumped its version number up to, and added many cool features. With the new update, you get;

Visually better looking panorama view
Revamped user interface, especially seen while roaming sub-navigation
A fullscreen button
Long tiles can now be viewed in full mode

extras + info

The update for Lumia’s built in app, extras+info, which helps your Lumia device grab new features and updates provides general fixes and improvements.


The application that enables your mobile to show time and notifications instead of just shutting it off, has got a pretty handy inclusion in a minor update it received a few hours ago. The app now lets you display a custom text on the screen. Have an appointment you need to be reminded of? Well, let it come from your mobile.

Fire up your Store, and snag the updates from the Download links below.

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