Microsoft, Accepting Apps for Windows Phone 7
Microsoft started to taking apps submissions from third party developers for their Windows Phone 7.
Microsoft is now setting its plan to accept apps from developers of their upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango release. The firm has let developers know through an update on its developer blog that the system for submitting their apps is now ready and running. Appropriately, a release candidate SDK download is now available so that programmers or developers can now compile their apps to adapt to the final version of Mango and test it.
Microsoft officially released Mango to manufacturers in late July, but it takes manufacturers’ time to integrate the software into phones. The first gadget, Toshiba-Fujitsu IS12T, will arrive on Thursday.
This much anticipated OS release should help bring Microsoft closer to par with their rivals with multitasking, HTML 5 support, Twitter integration, and other features that iOS and Android based devices already have. However, to be really successful, Windows Phone devices should be able to match or surpass the extensive library of apps already available for these OS environments. Ror this, Microsoft must rely on apps from third party developers.View Article Source »