WP7 Mango to Add User-Made Ringtones
Microsoft today announced another new feature for its upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango update. With Mango, Microsoft will include more on-board ringtones, but will also allow users to create their own. According to Microsoft, it will support sound files that are less than 39 seconds in length, smaller than 1MB, and are DRM-free MP3s/WMAs. Ringtones can be added via the desktop Zune client, noted Microsoft, and it said it expects a large number of ringtone creation apps to debut in the Marketplace later this fall when Mango launches. More details will become available closer to Mango's availability.
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 Outlook for iOS Adds Support for Third-Party Apps
Microsoft today updated its Outlook email application for iOS devices and gave the app the ability to support add-ins. Microsoft says add-ins let Outlook users do more with their email thanks to powers enabled by third-party applications.
Microsoft Selling Customized Variants of Samsung Galaxy S9
Microsoft has added the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ to its online store. The devices are pre-configured with Microsoft apps and services.
Microsoft Brings Adds-Ins to Outlook for Android
Microsoft today updated its Outlook email application for Android devices and gave the app the ability to support add-ins. Microsoft says add-ins let Outlook users do more with their email thanks to powers enabled by third-party applications.
Microsoft to Connect Windows 10 PCs to Your Text Messages
Microsoft today announced several new mobile initiatives that pair its own Windows platform with Android and iOS devices. First is a new tool, tentatively called Your Phone, that connects Android and iOS devices with a Windows 10 PC in order to access text messages, photos, and notifications.
And we're supposed to be excited?