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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 115201 17-Mar-2013 21:31
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Specifically textPlus and Whatsapp. On WP7 these apps were useless notification-wise unless you physically saw the banner. Could someone with Windows Phone 8 install them and tell me how reliable and persistant they are now? Do they have message count LiveTiles, do they support Unification or Lock Screen notifications?

Thank you for your time people :)

Chris




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  Reply # 783598 18-Mar-2013 19:24
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Whatsapp is still useless notification wise.



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  Reply # 783672 18-Mar-2013 22:21
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That's a total bummer :(

I moved off WP because I kept missing vital notifications and I really miss the OS




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