Though Jessica we have to wonder just how many apps they have to have before Windows Phone starts gaining ground. I have no desire to own one, but I'd like to see it hang around. More choice is a good thing. Is it the lack of apps that's keeping it from growing or something else?
I'm excited about this for many reasons, including the fact that it'll essentially be in my backyard. Between this and Google I/O, June is going to be a newsy month!
Good luck to Microsoft. They're having a tough time of it lately. Wish I was attending Google I/O.
It's about time... With predicted Win 8 RTM dates, will this event release the WP8 SDK ?
I agree they do need a killer app. But I think the platform needs much more. Broader carrier support would help a lot. Last Oct I had the chance to leave Android and go to a Windows Phone. After some serious thought I walked out with a Motorola Photon. The biggest factor was the fact that I didn't think I could stand to look at those tiles day in and day out. Knowing how well WP7.5 performs if I had other options besides the tiles I'd have grabbed it. I think most of us want more control than just moving, switching and changing tiles. More control over where we buy apps. Many would just have a iPhone if we wanted to be boxed in.
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