Well, that's about to change, as an already-rolling update is bringing several of the missing features to the Nokia X, Nokia X+, and the Nokia XL. One of the most prominent and substantial additions is the App Switcher, which allows users to check out what apps are currently running on the smartphone and open up whichever they like. Apart from this multitasking-oriented addition, the update is also bringing several Microsoft apps and services – we are talking about Outlook.com, OneDrive, and OneNote.
An enhanced Nokia Store is also making its way to the Nokia X representatives. Now it is integrating other 3rd-party app stores, which will ensure for, as Microsoft puts it, a “consistent experience”. The improved Nokia Store also comes with a few interface refinements, which aim to make search and discovery for new apps a bit more user-friendly.
The update that almost brings the Nokia X, X+, and XL on par with the Nokia X2 is coming over-the-air, but be advised that it might take it a while to arrive on your beloved device. You can, of course, check for its availability in a manual fashion (go to Settings > About phone > System updates > Check now). Let's hope that this one won't be among the last firmware updates that the original Nokia X devices are being treated to.
source: Microsoft via PhoneScoop