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Platform: Windows Phone 8
Facebook is going beyond "Metro" with its latest app refresh, ditching the standard Windows Phone look for one that is more at home on iOS or Android.
And when I say Facebook, I actually mean Microsoft. A glance at the apps page will reveal that this app is being credited to Redmond, not the social giant.
An interesting development, as is the fact that this app is restrcited currently to only Windows Phone 8.
Loyal Windows Phone users, this app is not for you. Sorry.
Qantas' flagship app for iOS received an update last week, and it looks far better than before.
The app has the ability to search and book flights, has integration with Passbook, can check flight status, and has price alerts.
If you fly Qantas regularly, this app looks like a must-have.
Although this isn't an "app" in the mobile-centric sense of the word, adding Google Keep to Chrome is rather app-like.
This app opens a window in Chrome that deals only with Keep items, and they remain available offline as well.