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More exposure = more users and fans of WP8


Oct 29, 2012, 10:47 AM
With the introduction of WP8 on three major carriers in the US, this should be good the WP8 OS to gain more exposure and more momentum. There will always be folks who just will not gravitate or like the OS for one reason or the other. But, for those who are fans or just would like to try something different, without having to leave their current carrier is a plus.

I guess we will see how much more the OS will become more popular.

Oct 29, 2012, 11:39 AM
As far as stability and smoothness go, windows phone is unmatched. It needs more apps, and it just simply needs more exposure.

Oct 29, 2012, 12:28 PM
The number of apps WP has now, is plenty. What it needs are more of the popular apps. If people know that the apps they use most are on WP, they will be more open to try the OS. Every article or blog I've read, indicates that people dont want to leave Android or iPhone, because the apps they use most aren't available. I've never really understood the argument of numbers, when you are only going to use a few. But, that arguably, could be the mentality due to the lack of apps people use most.

What MS need to do is, continue to get businesses and major developers to create apps for the platform. With the release of WP8, today, I see more and more major developers building apps for the ecosystem. Especially, since most of them will most like...

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