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Nokia listens to us – but what about 2014?

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As an enthousiastic Windows Phone fan I always try to make the platform better. At my last holiday I noticed that the Here Drive experienced still had some practicle flaws. So I mailed a contact at Nokia with some possible improvements. And I am 100% sure they arrived at the right desk. After 10 weeks … one of the ideas (the route overview) was actually incorporated in the new Here Drive 3.0. This actually feels like a little miracle as big companies mostly behave like impregnable castles but Nokia is not like that, not at all. I shared at lot of cool more ideas that I hope will be incorporated soon…. And I guess we all want the obvious Drive integration with the default OS apps like People, Calendar, Social Media and Mail.Listen to the people

As I have the same experience with Microsoft (really, I am not kidding!) my disappointment was great to see they are not keeping up the Windows Phone UserVoice very well. A small example you can see here as this feature was long delivered in GDR3.

Come one @windowsphone team… you can do better than this! Learn from My Starbucks Idea, use the power of the cloud and let 2014 become a year we can be proud of 🙂

 

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Roger Hendriks

He is CTO of Fenêtre internet applications and co-owner of Keen On Apps (www.keenonapps.nl), both located in The Netherlands. Roger is the face behind NPU’s Windows Phone app and writes interesting articles on NPU when he gets time from donning the role of CTO of his company.
Write to him at Email: [email protected]

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  • smallnad

    Hi, Rodger. What do you think about fast delivering OS update like it is on IOS?

    • Kamal

      WP still lacks clout of iOS and carrier may still not dance to MS’s tunes, IMO. But, developer preview is a step in right direction and may be 2014 brings more aligned roll-outs across the globe.

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