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Mobihand's Windows Mobile Appstore

Mobihand, who powers the WMExperts.com Software Store, has launched their Windows Mobile Appstore.  You will still have access to popular software titles from our WMExperts.com Software store but now will be able to access the store with Mobihand's Appstore Application.

Here are some of the features you'll see over at Mobihand's Appstore.

  • Deal-of-the-Day: Exclusive offer of a new top-selling app every day for 50% off
  • Specials: Loads of discounted apps and bundles can be found daily
  • Nearly 5,000 Apps which can be browsed by category, top free, top paid, and new
  • Great everyday prices: apps are priced as low as $0.99
  • Fast pay with credit card
  • Dedicated customer service – to ensure complete customer satisfaction
  • Version-tracking -- email notification when new versions become available

It is our understanding that Paypal interface will be added soon to offer an alternative payment method.  You can get all the deets about the appstore at software.wmexperts.com/appstore.asp as well as loading a mobile version to your Windows Mobile phone by pointing your mobile browser to http://software.wmexperts.com/appstore.

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

3 Comments
  • You guys put a lot of effort into you appstore design. Too bad most of the apps in there are horrible looking, and seriously overpriced.
  • and right now, all i get searching for anything is a big red button that says "contact support". It isn't showing me any apps available. Not much of a store. And it looks like all you did was embed a browser in a small executable, so it really is a web app. If thats the case, why even have the executable? It just takes up more precious space. Sad.......
  • App is not really from this era.
    c'mon, a web-based app? I expected at least a native one.
    on top of that, it's displaying horribly on my HD2 (800x480 display)