There are over million apps in App Store and Play store but most people don't use more than the essential 10 or so.
If Microsoft is trying to market W10M as a productivity centered business OS, they shouldn't try to bring thousands of consumer apps instead they should focus on bringing in the essential productivity apps.
LynX-007, 26 Feb 2016a year from now " Microsoft pulls the plug on WP10, following the launch of Surface phone. "The OS will be the same.
a year from now " Microsoft pulls the plug on WP10, following the launch of Surface phone. "
I frankly see this as a good, smart decision. Project Astoria was always the weak link out of all the bridge projects, and had the most technical, legal, and security obstacles in its way. Stop whining, this isn't really a bad thing.
This was expected long ago after they chose Project Islandwood as the preferred one
Oh well, I guess Windows Phone's death spiral is now complete. Feels like this is the way it was meant to be. You will be missed!
Well, this sounds like a good decision. It is a well-known fact that apps in the Apple store are of higher quality than the ones in Android's Play store.
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2016apps will not be enough to make Microsoft os great It is already great !! If you don't like it go to IOS or Android !
One more nail in the coffin of Microsoft and mobile phone/is business. Seems strange, if I want more apps on my platform and make it easier for people to make apps for my platform then this could have been a great thing.
Not everything in play store is in apple store. Well, its better than having limited / no apps at all. I hope desktop flagship phone comes soon.
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2016apps will not be enough to make Microsoft os great That may be the case, but it will certainly help sell phones.