Customers using the Nokia X range of affordable devices are in for a more thrilling experience as technology giant, Microsoft, has announced the release of a new Nokia X Software update.
Speaking on this new development, Communications Manager, Nokia West and Central Africa, Fred Oriunuebho said customers can now update their Nokia X, Nokia X+ or Nokia XL devices as the new software will arrive on their device as an over-the-air (OTA) update. “To update their Nokia X devices, users will receive a push notification which will be sent when the update is ready and waiting for download. Alternatively, users can manually check by navigating to settings > About phone > System updates > Check now” he said.
According to him, the new update comes with a whole lot of new and exciting features which would make user experience seamless. Some new and improved features include the new App Switcher, which makes it easy for users to use different apps simultaneously. With the new update, customers will get free access to Outlook and OneNote which come preinstalled as they update the software.
“This would give them quick access to use and access multiple Outlook accounts, including Outlook Calendar and Contacts, instantly access their Microsoft OneNote 2010 notebooks on OneDrive with OneNote Mobile, view notebooks on OneDrive amongst others.
In addition to the fantastic features that come with the new update, the Nokia Store comes with a search button which makes it easier to search, find and download games or apps on the device. The Nokia Store also integrates other third-party app stores, which means that customers can explore apps under one roof, making for a consistent experience.
Mr. Oriunuebho noted that other improvements in the Store include a new Home screen Spotlight widget for app discovery and one-click downloads for faster access to apps.
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