Greatest Christmas Songs is one of the most beautiful application made especially for the Windows Phone 8 users to enjoy the fantastic sounds of Christmas and get in the much needed festive spirit.
Thursday, December 4, 2014
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Amazon Kindle, the Amazon application that lets you read e-books directly on your Windows Phone has been updated and is now also supported for Windows Phone 8. This new version brings a few important changes.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
As we know, the platform Windows Phone offers its recognition feature of the music through the integrated Bing Audio , accessible via the Listen button with the musical note icon in the search function of Windows Phone OS. Among the best third-party alternatives exist, however, the excellent and free Shazam , an established leader in the industry, and the emerging SoundHound , often more reliable than the competitor, at this very hour got upgraded to the new version 2.0 meant for Windows Phone 8 devices.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Nokia Smart Shoot is one Nokia unique applications for the Nokia Lumia WP8 smartphones, that are designed to improve the device camera performance.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
SkyDrive is one of the cornerstones of Microsoft and the interaction with the Cloud is the basis of the entire Windows ecosystem "Windows Phone 8/Windows 8/Xbox 360". The smartphone application has, however, been slow to arrive and is only available now in version 3.0 , compatible with all Windows Phone 8 devices.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
In preparation for the rumored, upcoming release of Windows Phone SDK 8 (of which a version has already appeared, as a leak on the web), Microsoft has updated its AppHub,the system through which it manages the submission of the app to the Windows Phone Marketplace.
The update follows a previously announced maintenance, which has blocked the use of the AppHub all day on Monday.
Starting today,the AppHub was renamed and becomes Windows Phone Dev Center and responds to new address .
Friday, April 6, 2012
Microsoft on its blog had confirmed that current Windows Phone applications and games will run on the next major version of Windows Phone aka Apollo or Windows Phone 8.
“With regard to existing applications: today’s Windows Phone applications and games will run on the next major version of Windows Phone. Driving application compatibility is a function of Microsoft’s commitment to its developers. Regardless of what we release in terms of new developer features and functionality, we have made a large investment in protecting your existing investments,”
Silverlight for Windows Phone will be discontinued – at least in that way we know it today.
Please don’t panic; XAML and C#/VB.NET development in Windows 8 can be viewed as a direct evolution from today’s Silverlight. All of your managed programming skills are transferrable to building applications for Windows 8, and in many cases, much of your code will be transferrable as well.
More info at windowsteamblog