Another month, another update. Today, we are rolling out a new update which brings some new features and improvements.


The latest update for our site brings a new database for smartphones — only Windows Phones, though. With the new smartphone pages, you will be able to stay up-to-date with the latest news, rumours, and more about a specific phone. As you may expect, the database isn’t quite ready yet — and we are still working on adding new phones. We are hoping to add most of the Windows Phones in the coming weeks, so stick with us, we’ll get there. Soon.

Head over to this link to check out a smartphone listing!


Moving on from the new smartphone pages, let’s talk about the new event pages. With the new Event pages, you will be able to stay up to date with the latest news from the latest tech events (mostly Microsoft/Windows events, though). The Event pages will let you get the latest news, event times, a live stream (if available), and more. Head over to this link to check out an Event page!

Alongside the new smartphone and event pages, we are also adding Pushbullet integration with the latest update. With the new Pushbullet integration, you will be able to stay up t0 date with all the latest Windows Mobile, Windows and Microsoft news. By signing up, you will be able to get notified about the latest articles. If you want to get started, just head over to this link and subscribe to our channel on Pushbullet!

Oh, we have also improved the navigation, and fixed quite a lot of bugs with the latest updates, too.

This is just what we have been working on for the past few weeks. I’ll admit that we have kind of rushed this update (to prepare for the upcoming Windows 10 devices event), so things are a bit rough, and there are a few bugs. If you want to provide feedback or found any bug, please let us know by heading over to this page or let me know on Twitter @mehedih_.

We hope you will like the latest update, so feel free to share your feedback in the comment section below. And if you have any feature request, just sound-off below.