There are rumors that are going around in the tech community regarding the Windows Phone platform and its tie up with a number of OEMS which also include a number of Indian manufacturers. Apart from this development, the other thing where Microsoft is being put under the spotlight is its new Windows Phone update viz. Windows Phone 8.1. It is already confirmed via several leaks already in the past but if you want more proof of the new version of the Opearting System, new proof has come up yet again.
Nokia has updated its Glance app to support the next version of Microsoft's mobile OS. The app's official page clearly writes, "support for Windows Phone 8.1" below the app description. Thus you can now be sure about the update which is expected to launch soon. To be precise, Microsoft is going to reveal all the features of Windows Phone 8.1 at its upcoming Build 2014 conference slated in April 19.
The Windows Phone 8.1 update was previously rumored to be more of a new version of the OS rather than an update. The new version of the OS will include the brand new Cortana app, which is a voice assistant for Windows Phone device and a Notification Center which the company has named as Action Center as well.
About the Glance app which is updated recently, most of the users already know that it lets you view time and notifications while your handset is in standby mode. The app is free (of course) and can be downloaded at the source link below.
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