Microsoft Reveals Windows Phone Development Center

In a move to lure developers towards developing mobile apps for their new OS, Microsoft today launched their new Windows Phone development center. Their new portal is a step forward from their traditional App Hub all new clean design with the Windows 8 Metro interface. Including a streamlined set of menu options, quick links, PayPal and Netflix integration, all designed to make common tasks quicker and easier to find, so easy that it should encourage new developers to come over to the Microsoft side and start developing for Windows 8. Read the full story here.



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