- Oct 29, 2012
I just received 3 updates from those apps and now the audio settings are included in Nokia Music. Nokia Maps is almost the same with some graphical tweaks and cinemagraph didnt found anything new yet.
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you can now easily upload and share your cinemagraphs right from the cinemagraph app . uploads to your nokia account and gives you a link to share
best thing they ever could have done. it was horrible trying to share them before
NICE! Have you ttried to view it through a shared link? Does it show up as a GIF that can be saved by right-click?
Yeah, they really need to add street traffic. I use INRIX which provides traffic but I really want one map app for searching and traffic. That's the only reason I still have my iPhone; that and navigation apps on iOS are so much better.i was hoping the nokia maps update will bring traffic information for major local streets. i guess not...
Hopefully the new firmware/OS update tomorrow fixes this.Wtf is wrong with this OS that it doesn't show you updates when they are available. You shouldn't have to go and manually find updates. Microsoft really needs to step up wp8 if they want to compete. Its little issues like this that drive people away
I snagged a QR code for the Audio update I received.
Thanks a lot, I just got the update. But, it seems the audio level setting isn't working? I mean how does it work? I turned it on but when I unplug my earphones the volume level is still the same as before (22/30). I want it to work so that when my earphones are unplugged it's at (15/30) and when earphones are plugged in it's at (22/30). Any advice?
I'm getting the impression is more along the line of dynamic volume adjustment. So if a dramatically louder song or video comes up, it lowers the output volume so it sounds the same to you as whatever the target volume is. Avoids you cranking up the volume for a quiet song, then having your eardrums blown out by the next one.