Nokia’s photo projecting application “PhotoBeamer” which has been announced for Lumia WP8 devices is now available for WP 7.5 devices. The PhotoBeamer is now available for download for Nokia Lumia 510, Lumia 610, Lumia 710, Lumia 800 and Lumia 900 in the Windows Phone Store.


It works like a mobile projector that’s available anytime, anywhere.

It can show  your Nokia Lumia pictures on any screen supporting a current web browser viz Desktop screens, Projector screens, Laptops.

Quick and simple, no set up or registration needed.

PhotoBeamer works across any 3G/4G network and WiFi.

In another good news for Lumia owners, Microsoft has extended Windows Phone store to 37 new locations around the world and also has updated the store with some new features. The new markets are:

Angola, Armenia, Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Congo (DRC), Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guinea, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Mali, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Niger, Pakistan, Paraguay, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Togo, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Yemen, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

With these additions, customers can browse and buy apps through our website in a total of 112 markets worldwide (see the full list here). The web outlet complements the phone Store, which is now available in 191 markets worldwide. And we’re continuing to work to bring the Store to more places.

New Store features:

The first is universal search. Instead of having to go one place to find apps and another to search for how-to articles, you’ll now see all these search results in one place, which should help make it faster and easier to find what you’re looking for.

The web Store also now has support for installing apps via SD card, which many Windows Phone 8 models support. This option can be useful when a cellular or Wi-Fi data connection isn’t available. Just look for the “Download and install manually” link on the app’s details page. Click to download the app’s installation—or.xap—file, which can then be copied over to the phone’s SD card and installed. (See How do I install apps from an SD card? for step-by-step instructions.)

Finally, I wanted to call out the improved app reinstallation feature that’s part of My Phone on the website. This feature comes in handy particularly if you lose a phone or upgrade to Windows Phone 8. As long as you use same Microsoft account, you’ll see a Reinstall option beside each of the apps in your purchase history—just click it to put the app back on your new phone. This feature is available for both free and paid apps, which you don’t have to buy again. This how-to article has more details.

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