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Download size

4 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • data services
  • web browser component
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • music library
  • photos library
  • media playback
  • microphone
  • push notification service
  • movement and directional sensor
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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The Insider app gives you new ways to personalize your phone with free lock screens, ringtones, app and game recommendations, and tips and tricks. 

***Update to version 3.0.1 includes new privacy statement, bug fixes, and app improvements.***

The Insider app makes it easy to get the most out of your Windows Phone with:

- Free wallpapers: Save spectacular daily images from as your lock screen.  

- Free ringtones: Get exclusive ringtones each month.

- App and game recommendations: Discover new apps and games every week.

- Phone tips: Read quick tips on everything from extending your battery life to changing your Xbox avatar.     

Don’t forget to pin the Insider app to your Start screen to see the daily lock screen and be notified when new ringtones are available.   

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  • by Roy 7/25/2014
    Best spot for info.
  • by Austen 7/25/2014
    Simple and nice
  • by User 7/24/2014
  • by beny 7/24/2014
  • by Tasha 7/24/2014
    Love this app 😊😍
  • by Robert 7/24/2014
    Easy to use
  • by Scott 7/24/2014
    Great info
  • by bob 7/23/2014
    Nice and very convenient
  • by Jessica 7/23/2014
    Great app
  • by Nicholas 7/23/2014
    Great app! The best one I've found to keep up with Windows Phone news. I don't really see the point of the lockscreens, record, and ringtones sections, but whatever. Seems like they could focus and streamline for Windows news.