Windows Phone users no longer left out 'in the cold'
If you use Facebook a lot, you may have seen your friends posting status updates using the popular InstaWeather app that overlays weather details over a photo you have taken. Until now this app was only available to iOS and Android users, with Windows Phone being left out in the cold.
That has all changed with the launch of InstaWeather for Windows Phone, finally bringing the app to the third most used mobile OS as well. In a post on the Facebook page, the company announced on Friday: "Finally, after few months of hard work, InstaWeather for WINDOWS PHONE is here!" and you can pick up this app for $0.99 on the Windows Store right now.
The app adds a smart weather overlay to your photos for sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or sent with email or SMS.
It's great to see yet another trending app being made available on Windows Phone, if only a few others would follow this example.