Marketplace Phase II launches: You can now purchase apps from a desktop PC
We've talked a little about Phase II of Windows Marketplace for Mobile. Tonight, those changes (or at least some of them) went live. Chief among them for consumers is the ability to purchase and browse apps from a desktop PC. From the Windows Mobile Developer Blog:
There also are a number of improvements for developers, including increased security to prevent app piracy.
Check it all out at marketplace.windowsphone.com.
Update: Oh, yeah, you folks running Windows Mobile 6.0 and 6.1 are still going to have to wait a little longer ("later this month") for official Marketplace access. In the meantime ...
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