The Windows Phone 7 Mango update, due out soon, looks enticing.
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With the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace, I can take many of the apps out for a trial run before deciding whether or not the app is worth spending any money on.
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The quality and quantity of apps available for Windows Phone 7, and the process of shopping for and buying those apps is crucial to the Windows Phone 7 experience.
You can instantly recognize a Windows Phone 7 smartphone by the distinctive live tiles interface that sets it apart from rival mobile OS platforms.
Good news! A 'Mango' smartphone is on its way, so the 30 Days With Windows Phone 7 series will examine the upcoming major upgrade to the Microsoft mobile platform after all.
Don't base your hardware-buying decisions on the number of apps available in a particular app store.
Today is day one of my 30-day experiment switching from the iPhone 4 that I love to an HTC HD7S runnning Windows Phone 7.