Recently, Candy Crush Soda Saga, Xbox Video and Xbox music got updated on Windows Phone to version 22.214.171.124, 2.6.435.0 and 2.6.678.0 respectively.
Candy Crush Soda Saga picked up a new update in Windows Phone Store. The latest update brings Frankenpipes 20 new levels.
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Xbox Music has received a new update for Windows phone devices. The new version is 2.6.677.0. The update brings ability to remove an item from your Recent plays.
You can now remove an item from your Recent plays!
Tired of waiting for the app to sync? Now you can manually kick one
Xbox Music app has received an update that takes the version to 2.6.674.0. As per the official release it addresses a number of customer issues including,
Better explanation of how to get started with OneDrive in the Music App on Windows Phone 8.1
When you set a playlist to ‘Keep playlist offline’ it
Microsoft has made OneDrive to Xbox Music integration live now. So, you can now add music to the new "Music" folder on OneDrive now and it will start appearing in your collection on music.xbox.com and in the Xbox Music apps for Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1, Xbox 360, and
Xbox Music has received a new update for Windows Phone Devices. The latest version is 2.6.666.0.
This release includes a fix for an issue impacting some users including:
The black screen some fans were seeing instead of Now Playing
Several issues that were causing failures when syncing music from the cloud
Not only the Xbox Music team has pushed a big update today fixing lots of nagging issues with Windows Phone 8.1 Music app, but they have also shared bit of info about frequency of updates going forward. Seems, now we can expect one Music app update each month. The reason
Joe Belfiore has rejected these speculations and says that both services are in fact due for bigger updates in just a couple of weeks.
Don’t worry, no plan to drop Xbox Music/Video-- my team builds these key scenarios for tablets, phones, PCs! And Xbox team does on console.
— joebelfiore (@joebelfiore) July
This is probably the best deal I have seen Microsoft serve up.
The choice of a Lumia 520 or Lumia 521(phone only)
12 month Xbox Music Pass
The Optional choice of headphones for an extra $20 each
When you break down the price with this bundle, you are getting the music pass for $99.99 and the Lumia
On back of news of Xbox Video coming to Windows Phone, Xbox music has also arrived to Windows Phone store. It mayn't have wide regional availability like Nokia Music aka Nokia MixRadio, but still if you are lucky enough to be in the markets where Xbox Music is supported