Scan Windows Phone Store For All OEM-Specific Apps With SysApp Pusher

There have always been some problems in terms of updating apps on Windows Phone. Back inside days of WP7, users had to force updates to show up inside Marketplace, but everything has improved with WP8. Having said that, you may still find some problems with OEM-specific apps possibly at times, new releases don’t show up in searches. The same problem plagues updates, forcing that you wait for a day or two at times before you your hands about the improved versions of one's favorite apps. While you can bide your time by awaiting the WP Store to get refreshed along with your desired updates, SysApp Pusher is an app that can be used to immediately search for OEM-related changes to the Windows Phone Store. It lists all the new and old apps which can be exclusive to Nokia, Samsung, and HTC devices, filled with their latest version numbers, download size and other details.

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SysApp Pusher’s interface is divided into three main sections, each labeled with all the name of an different WP8 OEM. All apps made available from Nokia, Samsung and HTC are placed in SysApp Pusher. The app sorts the free downloads according to their genre. The app list has everything from entertainment apps to ones working with news and sports. For Nokia users, there exists a even a ‘beta’ subsection, because the Finnish manufacturer publishes apps in beta testing phase quite regularly. For all three OEMs, both installable and system apps are listed in SysApp Pusher.

Tapping any app’s name in SysApp Pusher takes users to its official download page. Unfortunately, there is no differentiation between apps which can be already set up on your device and ones that aren’t, but that’s the only flaw we could find in Pusher. The information shown by SysApp Pusher about the main page below each app’s name includes version number, package size, and installation size. Thanks to a recent update, you can now keep an eye out for brand new OEM-exclusive releases. There can be a green circle next on the name coming from all fresh apps, indicating the app wasn’t inside the SysApp Pusher collection the last time you visited it.

From the app’s bottom bar, users may make SysApp Pusher look for new updates and latest versions from the apps manually. It doesn’t take to much time for the checking in order to complete, since WP8 just has around 60 OEM-specific apps in the meantime. The team behind SysApp Pusher is apparently open to adding more OEMs inside the future but if your OEM is already among the ones listed, give it a go by heading towards the link after this post. SysApp Pusher is often a free app, although you’ll should spend $0.99 if you want to get rid of the ads.

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