Microsoft Posts Guide for Porting iPhone Apps to WinMo 6.5
Ahead of the launch of Microsoft's Windows Mobile Marketplace, Microsoft has published a guide that shows iPhone developers how to port their applications to the Windows Mobile 6.5 platform. Microsoft is now accepting applications for the launch of the Marketplace, which is anticipated to fall sometime between September and December. This guide should make it easier for developers to offer their applications for Windows Mobile.
Review: Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile
Window 10 for smartphones builds on the foundation created by Microsoft for its desktops, laptops, and tablets. Windows 10 is a unifying platform that boasts universal apps and common, key functions that make for a seamless experience across form factors.
Microsoft Open-Sources iOS App Porting Tool
Microsoft today said its Windows Bridge for iOS application is moving to open source. Windows Bridge is the tool developers need to port iOS apps to the Windows platform.
Windows 10 to Run Android and iOS Apps
Microsoft today said Windows 10 devices will be able to run Android applications. According to Microsoft, developers will be able to reuse Java and C++ code to run Android apps in an Android subsystem on Windows 10 devices.
Microsoft Pledges to Clean Up Windows Store
Microsoft said it plans to more effectively enforce rules in the Windows Store in order to rid it of duplicate and questionable apps. The company will focus on four main areas: eliminating app clutter; ensuring apps are appropriately priced; distinguishing informational apps; and ensuring relevant app titles and keywords.
Again...stop playing catch up
It's common sense, everyone wants a piece of the Apple pie (haha... Apple Pie). The whole I-Phone killer idea is long gone by most, except ...
THAT is innovative in of itself. Microsoft wants people to not be afraid to devlop applications for both platforms, and wants it ...
How many WinMo 6.5 Phones are there?