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Yes, we covered the app last week, but remember that painfully slow reservation system we mentioned? Having just reinstalled the app, our reservation is number 813,196. Last week, they completed 150,000 reservations.
If waiting for a month for an app to be useful is your thing, then get cracking on this one.
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The glut of university-backed apps continues, but where fun was had at last week's example, this week's is an initiative that is worthy of praise.
Did you know the number of your university's emergency contacts when you were a wee student? Well, now there's an app for that.
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Platform: Windows Phone
Why does the Windows Marketplace experience grate so much? Look no further than this app.
On the surface, it looks like the Aussie startup has doubled its app selection and moved into iOS and Windows Phone apps. But look at the actual site of the company (scroll down after it loads to see more than a search box), and where is this app mentioned?
If this were an official app, I would expect it to be promoted on the company's website somewhere.
And this is one of the gentler applications present in Windows Masquerade-place. There's nothing wrong with the app's functionality, but it should not be named the same as an API, website, and service that is fairly well-known.
Do yourself a favour and download the official app instead.