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Windows Phone Store getting advanced search criterion allowing dev lookups

Windows Phone Store getting advanced search criterion allowing dev lookups

Left: the old Store search; Right, new Store search with developer lookup Microsoft has been hard at work “doing things” to the Windows Phone store, which in theory will improve things (so far, all we’ve heard are developer complaints about delayed app publishing). One of those areas is now coming forward although we have yet been able to verify in the US. WPArea.de has noticed that you...

Daniel Rubino 9
Twitter changing how third-party apps use its services. How will it impact Windows Phone?

Twitter changing how third-party apps use its services. How will it impact Windows Phone?

Twitter has announced some sweeping changes to their all-important application programming interface or just API. This API is essential plumbing to allow application developers access to the “fire hose” of data from twitter. It has been no secret that Twitter wish to tighten their grip ever more over whom can access their system. With their latest set of guidelines, they show they mean...

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Exclusive first look at the new Aviary photo tools & SDK for Windows Phone [Video]

Exclusive first look at the new Aviary photo tools & SDK for Windows Phone [Video]

Big news for the Windows Phone platform today as Aviary announced their SDK is now available for developers, allowing the integration of their free, highly regarded and powerful photo tools for apps on Windows Phone. What this means for developers - you'll now be able to insert into your application a powerful photo editor to greatly enhance user experience, all with very little effort...

Daniel Rubino 7
Get your app advertised in UK by Nokia and Microsoft in their Appvertising contest

Get your app advertised in UK by Nokia and Microsoft in their Appvertising contest

Microsoft and Nokia are looking for new Windows Phone 7.5 apps to showcase in their next UK advertising campaign.  They have kicked off a new competition in which developers can submit their apps for consideration, and if chosen, get them displayed across the UK.  Those selected will appear in banner ads, the Windows Phone Marketplace, press materials, events and social media outlets....

Seth Brodeur 3