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Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

19 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Whether you're brandishing a brand new smartphone from a lucrative holiday haul or just looking to add some apps to your tired years-old handset, app developers have been busy through this gift-giving season to pump out some software you're going to want to try. Let's unwrap some apps. Read more...

What Is The Best Smartphone Released In 2014? [MakeUseOf Poll]

There were some brilliant new smartphones released in 2014, including plenty of new Androids, a couple of new iPhones, several new Windows Phone handsets, and even a BlackBerry or two as well. But which, dear reader, is the best smartphone launched in the past year? Welcome to this week’s MakeUseOf Poll. Show More Summary

These app developers snubbed Windows Phone this year

Here’s a recap of the app developers that snubbed Windows Phone users this year.

Snapchat at odds with Windows Phone—and a fuming user base

Snapchat's crackdown on third-party apps is crippling Windows Phone faithful.

Stop Taking Your Screens to Bed, You Humanoid Robots

We've all heard the warnings: if you take your phones, iPads, phablets, Lite-Brites, and laptops into the dormoir, you will not have restless sleep. Most doctors suggest turning that shit off and throwing it out a window before laying our heads down to rest, but do we listen? Fuck no, we've got tweets to write, doc! Read more...

MICROSOFT: Here's Why We Decided To Release 'The Interview' (MSFT)

Microsoft and Sony announced on Wednesday that "The Interview" will be available via Microsoft's Xbox Video platform. This means that anyone with an Xbox gaming console, Windows Phone, or Windows 8/8.1 computer or tablet will be able to watch the controversial film starting at 1 p.m. Show More Summary

Windows Phone bumping along the bottom

Microsoft's stats for developers advise them to aim low … in Russian or Spanish Microsoft has revealed a new batch of data about Windows Phone's fortunes, and it seems Redmond's mobile efforts are doing best at the low end of the market.…

Windows Phone apps downloaded most on low-cost, low-memory phones

5 days agoTechnology : GigaOM

Mobile app developers considering Windows Phone support for their apps, take note: Based on data released by Microsoft on Tuesday, you may want to target low-end devices. Why? Because most of…

Snapchat cracks down on third-party apps to bolster user security

Snapchat has disappeared from Windows Phone. The ephemeral messaging service doesn’t offer an official app on the moribund platform, and Snapchat has reportedly asked Microsoft to remove third-party applications from the Windows Phone Store. Show More Summary

Third-Party Snapchat Apps Have Vanished From The Windows Phone Store

Microsoft has removed a majority of third-party Snapchat applications from the Windows Phone store, one of the apps’ developers confirmed on Twitter. A big October hack on Snapchat attack leaked approximately 200,000 private photos; the image-sharing company was quick to blame third party apps for the breach. Show More Summary

Third-Party Snapchat Apps Are Axed From Windows Phone

Snapchat has decided to clamp down on third-party apps (for good reason). But now, Windows Phone users will find that they're left without any way to sext—given that there's no official app and all the other options have no been removed from the Windows Phone Store. Read more...

Microsoft dumps third party Snapchat apps from Windows Phone Store

Microsoft Corp. has removed all third party Snapchat apps from the Windows Phone Store after Snapchat Inc. previously announced that it was cracking down on them to increase security. The removal of apps, including the popular 6snap according to Windows … Continue reading ?

Microsoft Removes All Third Party Snapchat Apps From The Windows Phone Store

Snapchat confirmed in November that it would crack down on all third party apps, and now the ax has fallen on the Windows Phone app store, which no longer contains any third party apps as Windows Central reports. Read More

Snapchat alternatives (and their users) vanish from Windows Phone

Snapchat warned that it was clamping down on third-party apps to prevent sketchier examples from compromising your security, and it appears to be making good on its word -- much to the chagrin of Windows Phone users, who haven't had an official Snapc...

Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

Hello all you lovers of smartphone apps and happy holidays. Many of us are ready to travel to relatives abroad or even wait out Christmas alone. Whatever the circumstance, if you have a smartphone—presents came early. We have great apps...Show More Summary

Grouped LongListSelector in Windows Phone 8 Silverlight

This tip explains how to create LongListSelector with grouping in very simple and easy steps.

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