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Microsoft's Bing Translator App Updated for Windows Phone

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Replying to:  How does the Windows Phone app compare to Androids' ? by mikkej2k   Apr 17, 2012, 8:24 AM

Re: How does the Windows Phone app compare to Androids' ?

by Vmac39    Apr 17, 2012, 4:57 PM

They added some nice upgrades to this app but, I couldn't telly you how it compares to anything on Android. I'm sure the ones on Android are pretty nice but, if you or anyone else are looking to possibly switch to WP7, it's not a bad move. However, I would say that you may want to find out if some of your favorite apps or some variant are in the market place. Many people complain about WP7 not having enough apps but, they have plenty. The issue is, getting the most popular devs to write apps for the OS.

WP7 is a great OS but, too many people have grown used to Android and iPhone and the hardcore fans of those platforms may not even give it a chance, finding every little thing wrong with it. But, I would suggest playing with one and if you're up for an upgrade, your carrier may have the option to play with the phone during a 30 day period, before you have to keep the phone for the next two years. Unfortunately, ATT has the best selection of WP7 phones, with Tmobile offering one of Nokia's newest phones. Which I believe is the main reason WP7 hasn't really taken off. They need more carrier support.

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