Microsoft Releases Windows Phone App Studio Update

Microsoft has released an update for their beta of Windows Phone App Studio. It has been designed to improve both the apps overall performance and scalability. The project was launched once the apps popularity increased to over 55,000 active projects of  new app development. The new hosted service launched two weeks ago in a move by Microsoft to increase the number of applications available on a Windows Phone by allowing users to create apps without writing any code. The service also provides users with a number of templates to choose from when beginning a new project and then add content such as images, videos, RSS and other feeds. Click here to read the full details of this updated app.



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