Windows Phone is catching up at a pretty fast pace with its competitors courtesy of its entry level smartphones with the Nokia Lumia 520 leading the pack. The entry level Windows Phone devices have had a single issue and that is the RAM capacity which is 512MB. It is good enough to run the devices pretty smoothly but limits the application compatibility.

Now developers of applications have started optimizing their applications for entry level devices too and the result is the fact that majority of the applications are becoming compatible with passage of time. The latest application to join the compatibility wagon is the uber popular endless runner game, Temple Run 2. Earlier it was limited to devices with a 1GB RAM but the developers have now tweaked it to run as smoothly on 512MB devices as it did on the ones with more RAM. The game has bee updated to version 1.9.1.0 and there have been no other changes to it.

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Windows Phone devices come devoid of a file manager per say but the application FileEx has been doing things just as well for the Windows Phone users. The application has been updated too and it brings you the functionality of adding a password in order to access the application. The premium version brings the ability to see the previews of the images in the background and the same will soon be brought to the free version of the application too. The application has been getting constantly updated with the user inputs being taken into consideration by the developer.

 

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