Friday, September 28, 2012
Posted by Saad Hashmi at 3:09 PM —
When it was announced this past August, the Windows Phone Dev Center was an impressive feature improvement over the archaic App Hub with an appropriate Metro theme to match. However, shortly after developers spent some time with the interface there were a few problems.
Today, those might become a thing of the past. The team behind the Dev Center have announced on the Windows Phone Developer Blog that a new service update has been rolled out that includes, "more than 100 tweaks and fixes" based on user feedback. A majority of the fixes are related to app submissions, but the site's overall performance has also been improved.
One of the most beneficial and ingenious features included in this month's update is an all-new Translation feature. Pictured above, developers can now filter user reviews based on region and translate all of them into a single language. Like we said, this is a brilliant little feature that could go a long way to developers understanding users' feedback and improving their apps to accommodate all experiences.
For a recap on all of the Dev Center's new features, check out the original announcement post.
Source: Windows Phone Developer Blog