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It seems that Microsoft has finally given in to popular demand, as after over 2,000+ upvotes, the latest update to the Mail client on Windows 10 Mobile now features the ability to link inboxes.
The software bridge that helps make native Android apps run on the new Windows 10 Mobile platform is experiencing significant setbacks that will delay its release, or worse.
Wire has expanded to its fourth platform today, making its debut on the Windows platform. The application offers a majority of features found in existing solutions on iOS, Android and Mac OS X.
Last week it was reported that version 10.0 of the Facebook Beta app for Windows Phone was made available, but some reported that they could not download the update; it is now available for all users.
The Facebook Beta app for Windows Phone has been updated to version 10.0, bringing new features and visual refinements, but some people are having trouble updating to the new app.
With Windows 8 - and now 10 - Microsoft has opted to use native apps for Mail, similar to other touch-based OSes. Here's our complete guide to Outlook mastery.
NASCAR has released its official app for Windows 10 promising targeted news, video and social content in an easy-to-use format which can be customized according to the user's preference.
Microsoft Health has been given a massive overhaul, with new apps available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Perhaps more importantly, however, the service's dashboard got a lot more powerful.
Apple has banned iFixit's developer account which consequently also removes its app from the store, citing that the team prematurely tore down the new Apple TV, violating certain terms and conditions.
Twitter has expanded the 'Buy Now' service, allowing more merchants to take part in the program. This allows customers the ability to buy products without leaving the Twitter application.
'Halo: Spartan Strike' gamers on Apple's mobile devices can now sync their progress and earn Xbox achievements as a result of the game's update, released today.
Microsoft has updated its Xbox App on Windows 10, adding a variety of new features and improvements. The company will also roll out a Xbox beta app later this month for customer feedback.
The Google Wallet app is seeing a lot more green with the old app replaced by a new listing in the Play Store in a sign Android Pay may be closer to launching.
Twitter has updated its Windows 10 app with the ability to quote tweets, handle multiple accounts, and manage and view lists. The features bring the app close to its counterparts on other platforms.
The launch of Sphero's BB-8 Astromech Droid generated lots of excitement with its advanced features and remote control app. The team at UBreakiFix were kind enough to reveal its hidden inner workings.
The BB-8 Droid is real, it can roll around and it may just be the best Star Wars toy ever. Boasting an 'adaptive personality', the little droid is sure to be a hit among kids and die-hard fans alike.
New Apple products are expected soon and that includes a new generation of Apple TV devices. Aside from processor upgrades, one big feature could sell this platform to casual gamers.
Finding out where you can legally fly a drone in the U.S. will soon be a lot easier. The FAA's new drone app is now in beta, with the finished app expected by the end of the year.
The Xbox Music discounts application, Music Deals will soon be retired, and a replacement will be hosted as a service on the Windows Store. This was confirmed in the recent update changelog.
Microsoft has announced that there have been "6x more app downloads per device" on the company's latest OS as compared to Windows 8. However, several big-name apps are still missing from the scene.
Popular file sharing app, Xender, has finally made its official debut on Windows Phone. The service allows users to share files of up to 10GB in size with a maximum of four devices simultaneously.
Microsoft has already brought a number of its applications to Apple's wearable and the company has now updated the iOS app with better integration with the Apple Watch.
Since its launch on July 30, Angry Birds 2 has accumulated more than 20 million downloads worldwide, a feat the original Angry Birds was able to accomplish nine months after release.
Microsoft has rebranded Xbox Music on iPhone to Groove, finishing the overhaul of its music service's apps across a variety of platforms and on its official website.
Those running Windows 10 as part of the Insider program may be excited about the Universal Store combining mobile and desktop apps but they'll need to update to build 10240 to use it.
Microsoft quietly updated a blog post to say that their desktop messaging app would arrive sometime later this summer but an exact date was not given; Skype for desktop will not being going away.
A new app has been released called Ear Trumpet that makes it easier to adjust the volume of specific apps in Windows 10. The app integrates neatly into the taskbar and is free too.
After nearly two years, the ESPNcricnfo app on Windows Phone has finally received an update adding new features and fixing bugs. Ironically, it also includes a slightly obsolete change log.
Microsoft will release its Sway app for Windows 10 this summer, meaning it will be available sometime around the operating system's launch. A new Sway for iPad app is now available as well.
Facebook has rolled out a new program, offering physical "Bluetooth Beacons" to businesses across the country who want to help promote their company in real life to nearby Facebook users.
Microsoft has already shown that they are willing to bring their software to wherever the users are and the next stop on that tour is going to be the Pebble smartwatch.
Microsoft has announced a new app certification policy update that should result in removing 'app clutter' from its app store ahead of the upcoming launch of Windows 10 this Summer.
Back in January, Microsoft's Skype team made a blog post about the new messaging app that is coming to the OS but since that announcement, the team has yet to announce when the app will go live.
Microsoft is building an app called Revolve that makes it easier to hold a conversation with someone the first time that you meet them, and we have a few screenshots from the app.
Earlier today, a new app from Microsoft was uncovered, OneClip, and if you want to see how it all works, we have a video posted for you after the jump along with a few screenshots too.
Earlier today, a new app called flow for iOS was outed and after digging around a bit, we have a clear picture of what the tool is and how it will function if Microsoft does release the app.
Last year, Microsoft released an app it called Hyperlapse and now the company is back with a brand new version, new applications and even a cloud service for the tool.
Perhaps one of the coolest features of Windows 10 is the ability to plug in your phone to a display and use it like a desktop PC, but iOS and Android ported apps will face limitations.
Similar to what happened with the last earthquake in Nepal last month, Viber has taken the lead in making their services free for Nepalese users trying to contact others within Nepal and abroad.
A reviewer accidentally purchased an Xbox One due to Amazon's Apple Watch app and large fingers. The $350 Xbox was bought using "One Click Buy" and includes Assassin's Creed Unity.
Microsoft continued its tradition of releasing apps on every major platform with the release of the Build 2015 app that allows you to find locations, dates, and times regarding anything Build.
With only a few days left until the release of the Apple Watch, screenshots are being made available of various apps for the device. Today, we get our first glimpse of gaming on the Apple Watch.
According to a new listing on the Microsoft Store website, Microsoft Band owners will soon have new ways to view their health and fitness data thanks to new apps for Xbox One, Windows 8, and iPad.
OneDrive for iOS has received a minor update which allows users to search for text within PDFs. The functionality of printing PDFs directly from iPhone or iPad has also been introduced.
SmartThings has released an update for their home automation app for Windows Phone and it adds firmware installation options, a revamped SmartSetup Screen, light dimming options, and more.
In the latest leak of Windows 10 build 10051, the calendar app's interface has been updated. If you don't want to install the build but are curious about the new interface, we have a gallery posted.
ESPN has released a new official app for Windows Phone, replacing its outdated ScoreCenter app. The new app brings its Windows Phone offering on par with its Android and iOS apps.
Microsoft has opened up a small private beta for Skype users to try out a new web platform; this new functionality allows you to use the service without downloading an app.
It was one year ago that Instagram was last updated for Windows Phone which shows that the company does not care about the app and likely has no intention of supporting the app it already released.