Windows Phone dev changes just 10% of its app code for a Win 8 port, Mango apps compatible with Apollo
1. 7thspaceman posted on 16 Feb 2012, 09:55 4 0
this is really a good thing for the Windows 8 tablet experience because if a tablet comes to market without Apps it is not very useful to perspective buyers. i hope other developers have a good experience transforming Windows 7.5 mango apps into Windows 8 tablet apps. the blue stacks app that enables Android Apps to run on windows computers is another App already available to help make Windows 8 Tablets have thousands upon thousands Android apps to make windows 8 Tablets very useful when thay enter the market place but Microsoft must have great app s for the 7 main things People use tablets for which are 1=reading/sending email, 2 reading E books. 3=listening to and buying music, 4=internet based TV & movies.& Videos, 5=surfing the Web for educational information. 6= Internet shopping/buying, 7=Playing games. I call them the mighty 7 because if a Tablet comes to market with the right Apps that do these 7 things well it WILL be a WINNER.
3. snowgator posted on 16 Feb 2012, 13:58 1 0
Things are shaping up nicely for WP8. If the world doesn't end on 12/21/12, Microsoft will have a jolly 2013.