palsule.adi, 20 Jul 2015Y hasn't GSMARENA mentioned about Microsoft hyperlapse being available for all windows phones ... moreFor the obvious reason that it is not a new app. The same way iOS apps are not linked when they release later on Android.
Gsmarena, why do show links only for ios and android? Even for ms apps. It's true discrimination and lie about lack of apps for windows phone.
joe sHmoe, 20 Jul 2015Because its was created original for windows.Its not in means of being bias because it would j... moreNot Necessarily, Microsoft has released their apps for Android and iOS first in the past, and then brought it to Windows Phone after; a standalone Outlook app and Office Touch are both examples of this, so your point is Mute. They should have actually mentioned windows phone and windows pc/tablet devices, since Hyperlapse has just become available for more Windows Devices, like those with 512 RAM.
When they do these Games & Apps articles they always neglect to mention apps available on Windows Phone, even if the app is available for Windows Phone, hopefully this will change with Windows 10. I would think a website which is meant to cover all phones of any kind; would include windows phone apps as I think they are 3rd place in the phone OS market place, within the US & Europe at least.
palsule.adi, 20 Jul 2015Y hasn't GSMARENA mentioned about Microsoft hyperlapse being available for all windows phones ... moreBecause its was created original for windows.Its not in means of being bias because it would just be common since if the creator of the app would have it on their own OS.
Y hasn't GSMARENA mentioned about Microsoft hyperlapse being available for all windows phones with minimum 1GB of RAM?
Better mention that if you r not biased.
Ali Chiddy, 19 Jul 2015Thanks Mr. Prasad for guiding us to "Native Clipboard", but I tipped you for mention... moreExcelent!, with Xposed you can do unthinkable things. I love the freedom of Android :D
Thanks Mr. Prasad for guiding us to "Native Clipboard", but I tipped you for mentioning "Fource Touch Detector", the excellent free module for Android using Xposed, it adds an extra touch (using your thumb flat) for nearly anything you want, for example toggling the notification bar by "Flicking down" wherever you are using more touch of the thumb instead of only the tip of it, and much more.