Not too long ago, Path, yet another social network, made its way to the Windows Phone Store albeit beta version. The social network gives users more control over their social presence, where users can limit who views their timeline along with the people you share your moments with. If you're a regular user of Path, it's time to head over to the Windows Phone Store as there is an update waiting for you, along with the popular endless runner game dubbed as Temple Run 2.
"Path is the trusted place for your personal life. It's where you can be yourself, stay close to the people who matter most, and share life instead of links. Path gives you complete control over what you share, and who you choose to share with. With its beautiful design and simple experience," the app description reads. Earlier today, the folks at Path updated the application to version 126.96.36.1999 and fixed the location check-ins bug which were haunting the users of the application.
The other application which received an update is Temple Run 2, an endless runner game that needs no introduction. The game has received its fair share of success on all major platforms including Windows Phone, and was recently updated, bumping it to version 1.6.1. There's no official change log available, but it comes with a few bug fixes and improvements. Users report that the "reviews bug" is fixed which asked users to rate the application after every successful run. Unfortunately, the support for 512MB RAM devices are still not present.
If you're a regular user of these two applications, head over to the Windows Phone Store to snag them.