Group chats are more fun with expressive elements – animated gifs, emoticons and now, emojis on the free GroupMe app for Windows Phone 7.5 and 8 devices. With the GroupMe app, you can choose the right one for any moment.
According to Emilio Salvador Prieto of the Windows Phone Developer Blog, more than 20,000 people from all over the globe kicked off more than 30,000 projects using Windows Phone App Studio beta in the first 48 hours. Early Monday, that number reached 55,000 projects.
A recap from Build 2013, where Thomas Fennel held a session that walked developers through just about every aspect of creating an app using the Windows Phone 8 SDK (software development kit), including Live Tiles and other forms of notifications.
Got a fantastic idea for a new mobile app but aren’t sure your coding chops are up to snuff to make it happen using the standard development tools? With today’s launch of Windows Phone App Studio, you don’t need to be a coding ninja to create a great app.
For sports fans, the silver lining to the end of summer is the arrival of Sunday couch time, furiously keeping score of fantasy football team action. Now Windows Phone users can get in on the fun with the free ESPN Fantasy Football app.
Social media has made a lot of people eager for feedback – on their status updates, comments and especially their photos. The free GetMeRated app for Windows Phone 8 takes that up a notch by focusing on posting photos and the different ways the GetMeRated community can weigh in, such as giving and receiving ratings and making comments.