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Windows Phone 8.1 may allow developers to directly respond to store feedback

Windows Phone 8.1 may allow developers to directly respond to store feedback

A week from now we’ll be packing our bags and getting ready to head to San Francisco. This is where Microsoft’s 2014 Build conference will take place. The focus is on developers and upcoming product innovation Microsoft is making for them. We’ll see what Microsoft has in store not just for developers, but consumers as well, when they unveil Window Phone 8.1. Not only will developers be...

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Mobile payment provider Fortumo launches fund for Windows Phone and Windows 8 developers

Mobile payment provider Fortumo launches fund for Windows Phone and Windows 8 developers

In-App Purchases are extremely common in mobile apps and games these days. As an AT&T customer, I have the option of paying for Windows Phone IAPs by credit card, carrier billing, or Microsoft account. People with different carriers or living in other countries might not have access to those same payment methods. And you normally couldn’t use carrier billing for Windows 8 purchases...

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Microsoft reportedly considering an acquisition of Xamarin, would boost Windows Phone apps

Microsoft reportedly considering an acquisition of Xamarin, would boost Windows Phone apps

Here’s some stellar news for Windows Phone developers. Microsoft is rumored to buy software development company Xamarin. Microsoft and Xamarin have always had a cozy relationship. Last November the two tightened their marketing and technical ties with a new partnership deal. Xamarin is a popular tool because it allows developers to create Android and iOS applications uses C#, the...

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Windows Phone App Studio picks up new update, reveals over 20,000 apps have been published

Windows Phone App Studio picks up new update, reveals over 20,000 apps have been published

Remember Microsoft’s Windows Phone App Studio that is currently in beta? It’s the killer program that allows you to unlock your phone and create basic apps using a web tool. That web tool is powerful enough to let novice users and developers create simple apps. More experience developers might use it to quickly create a prototype of an app. It launched way back in early August of last...

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