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Wunderlist Available for Windows Phone 7

Posted by on Mar 21, 2012 in Releases, Windows Phone, WP7 | 0 comments

Wunderlist is a popular task manager already available on multiple platforms, and today they announced the availability on Windows Phone.  Wunderlist already had a great looking UI, and it seems they were able to merge their design ideas with Metro and I have to say it looks great. On first launch you’ll enter the so-called Panorama, a dashboard-like way to experience your tasks that you won’t find anywhere else in the Wunderlist family. It was worth the wait just for that alone. Peak at your most important tasks right from Panorama, and have direct access to all of your lists and filters. Aside from that, you can enjoy the usual Wunderlist goodness: due dates, reminders and notes. Wunderlist for Windows Phone 7 works perfectly alongside its older brothers and sisters.  Wunderlist is a free app, and also has cloud...

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Skype for Windows Phone Beta Now Available

Posted by on Feb 27, 2012 in Microsoft, Windows Phone, WP7 | 0 comments

Microsoft has made available the first beta for Skype for Windows Phone.  Mobile World Congress is going on this week so there is lots of mobile news coming out, and this is definitely welcome news for Windows Phone owners. “One of the things we know people want to do on their phone is Skype. Today we’re sharing a beta of the much-anticipated Skype app for Windows Phone, bringing communication with Skype’s 200 million users to our platform (access the beta here). The Metro design in the new Skype app for Windows Phone makes Skype shine in a whole new way, delivering a clean and simple experience. Check out the video below.” Download the beta here....

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Free Windows Phone Devices for Public Sector Developers

Posted by on Feb 18, 2012 in Microsoft, Windows Phone, WP7 | 0 comments

If you are a public sector developer looking to develop a Windows Phone app for the public sector then you can get your hands on a free device from Microsoft. They are offering two options: Government Developer: You can request a device (as a loaner) for one month – after which you must return it. Non-Government Developer: If you publish the public sector app to marketplace we’ll let you keep the device to build more apps. Otherwise, option 1 applies. More details can be found at the Public Sector Dev Blog.

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Facebook for Windows Phone 2.3 Released

Posted by on Feb 14, 2012 in Updates, Windows Phone, WP7 | 0 comments

The Facebook for Windows Phone app has been updated today to version 2.3.  This update brings quite a few new features and fixes much of which was based on community feedback. New in this update: News feed performance improvements New panorama design. New profile design. Banner Images. Improved navigation. Pages Groups View “likes”. Feed filters. Posting privacy. Bug fixing Facebook for Windows Phone can be updated via your device, or download for free from the Marketplace. Link...

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Windows Observer App for Windows Phone Released

Posted by on Feb 9, 2012 in PC, Recent, WP7 | 1 comment is a fantastic site to get the latest news and happenings on Windows and tech in general.  Operated by Richard Hay, a great guy and fellow Microsoft MVP, they have launched a companion app for the site for Windows Phone 7. While you’re mobile, you can use the Windows Observer app to browse and read the latest news, view links that have been tweeted, and listen to their podcast. This is a free app, so head over to the Windows Phone Marketplace and grab it! Windows Observer for WP                      ...

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Seesmic Launches Seesmic Ping

Posted by on Feb 6, 2012 in iPhone, Mobile, Web, WP7 | 0 comments

Seesmic has launched Seesmic Ping as a free beta today.  Seesmic Ping is the heir to and allows you to post your status, images, links, etc. to several networks at once.  Right now the beta supports the most popular social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Seesmic Ping also has mobile apps available for Windows Phone, iPhone, and Android. Seesmic Ping                  ...

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