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Combining a social experience with the core functionality of an alarm clock, Sleep Keeker goes beyond the “wake me up” paradigm that has been a part of alarm clocks for decades and adds in the ability for you and your friends to see when each of you wake up.
This functionality can be useful in a variety of situations, such as when you’re needing to call for an early morning ride or just simply to make sure your phone call or text message doesn’t rudely wake up the other person.
Developed by WOXAPP, Sleep Keeker works by letting you and your friends log in with a social network — Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or Vkontakte — and then simply use the app as you would a typical alarm clock, the difference being that your friends see what time you wake up and vice versa.
While the beta version of Facebook for Windows Phone received the ability to view sticker comments late last month, users of the public version have been patiently awaiting the feature’s arrival. That day is already here.
With the newly released …
Yesterday saw the release of a brand new design for Disqus, a design that makes it easier than ever to follow the news and communities you most enjoy that use the commenting software, including 1800Pocket/PC.
Using Facebook Beta on Windows Phone? Well now you can view sticker comments for the very first time, pushing the app nearly on par with its iOS and Android cousins.
This provides you with a fun way to communicate with …
Facebook Messenger has just been updated on Windows Phone with some notable new features.
These new features include some speed improvements as well as messaging non-friends on the social network, tagging people to sync with phone contacts and even drawing …
ImaginationOverflow has cut the price of its FB Pages Manager app to just 99 cents from the usual $1.99 price until October 10.
The price reduction is in celebration of the app reaching 500,000 downloads and was shared on Facebook …
Cortana holds a special place in the smartphone world, and so when we see some new additions make their way to Windows Phone (and hopefully very soon to our tablets and PCs), we’re all ears.
Microsoft posted a page detailing …
Facebook Messenger was updated to v8.0 in Windows Phone Store and received the ability to forward a message or photo to someone who isn’t a part of your current conversation. This opens up some new worlds of communication for Windows …
The native Facebook messaging integration is for many Windows Phone users essential in their daily communication. Until now, we were not able to send messages to offline contacts, but it was a much requested feature.
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After seeing how deeply Facebook is already integrated into WindowsPhone7, I wasnt expecting a stand-alone app to appear, but as I looked through the selection of “Social” apps, there it was! The Facebook logo! Its come from the Microsoft corp, so its no hoax. Not that it would be, but I’m still a little surprised by its appearance. See some pics after the break!
- Send messages to any of the people in your Friends list.
- Take pictures and videos on your phone, then upload them right to Facebook
- Call people directly from your Friends list
- Manage your profile and post anytime, anywhere