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Microsoft dashes last hope for Windows 10 Mobile fans

We reported a week ago on Microsoft responding rather carelessly to a request to bring Android apps to Windows 10 Mobile, to make up for the efflux of apps from the store. At the time the response from the Microsoft engineer was completely off the point and appeared to suggest they had not actually read […] Read More: Microsoft dashes last hope for Windows 10 Mobile fans
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