Latest Windows Marketplace Stories
Microsoft said on Thursday that its Windows Phone Store has grown to 75,000 published apps and 300,000 app updates this year, more than double its catalog size at the end of 2011.
Consumers are now untethered from a proprietary device and can manage/import their media to their computers or into their cloud locker which is accessible from any internet connected device.
ORLANDO, Fla., March 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Kitty Code, LLC, a mobile platform development studio specializing in video games and weather software, today released Geogonix for the Windows Phone 7 in the Windows Marketplace.
Seeing Already Thousands of Downloads in Europe and Asia, Cardmobili's Application can Now be Found in Windows Marketplace for WP7 Devices in North America PORTO, Portugal and MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, November 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Cardmobili (http://www.cardmobili.com), leading provider of mobile loyalty and member services and recent winner of the Vodafone Mobile Clicks international award, just announced that its mobile application for Windows Phone 7 devices is now available for...
PARIS, October 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Gameloft, an international developer and publisher of downloadable video games, announced its support for Windows(R) Marketplace for Mobile by offering a catalog of 11 games on the new online store.
EA Mobile, MySpace and Isaac Mizrahi are among early supporters of Windows(R) phones; new Windows(R) phone applications are now available. LAS VEGAS, March 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Furthering its vision to connect the PC, Web and phone, Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday their specific plans for a Windows Marketplace that is comparative to the incredibly popular Apple App Store.
Familiar tools, large worldwide customer base and transparent policies allow mobile developers to innovate and generate new revenue opportunities with Windows Mobile 6.5 and Windows Marketplace for Mobile. REDMOND, Wash., March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Microsoft Corp.
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