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Windows Phone Apps Magazine #2 is now out

Back in May, the Windows Phone UK Blog launched an "Apps Magazine" which was a digital periodical for getting info on some of the latest offerings from the Marketplace. It was a done extremely well and many had positive things to say of the project.

Now, Edition #2 is out and it has a ton of new info that's great for those new to the platform. For instance, some of the early pages discuss the new features in Mango, customizing your phone and general usage tips. Later chapters deal with specific app selections, like movies, travelers, folk music fans and more. It's certainly a fun read and very nicely laid out, so we recommend a quick peruse as maybe you'll discover something for yourself. And if not for you, you can share it on Facebook for others that are perhaps unfamiliar or not convinced yet of Windows Phone.

Source: Windows Phone UK; Thanks, theWeeBear, for the heads up!

Daniel Rubino
Executive Editor

Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.

5 Comments
  • this is cool! So where can i get this magazine what bookstore offers this.
  • Click on the link, it will take  you to the page. It's an online thing, though I do think that there are some stores (not sure about this) that offer it in the UK.
  • Yes I know it a online link but it should be available for stores. I will check barnes & noble sometimes have UK phones magazines. I will check if I find it will post it here.
  • That is very nice well done.
  • This app magazine is simply amazing. If Microsoft's marketing department was of any value whatsoever they would have been publishing and widely distributing this magazine in both digital and printed format. Like someone else suggested, this would be great to have available in stores right beside the Windows Phones that are on display. It could help to counter the fallacy that Windows Phone is somehow a crippled experience because it doesn't have 500,000 apps. Kudos to the folks who put this together.