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Developers: Want to port your iPhone app to Windows Mobile?

Written By Unknown on Saturday, August 1, 2009 | 5:14 AM


Amplitued iPhone App, ported to Windows MobileIf you're a developer fed up with the iPhone App Store's ridiculous process or keep getting rejected from the App Store, you may want to consider porting your app to Windows Mobile. Unlike the iPhone's App Store, the Windows Mobile Marketplace does not require approval, you can just submit your app!

Luke Thompson, a software developer with Gripwire.com took on the challenge to port his iPhone app to Windows Mobile. A case study has been published on MSDN. It outlines Thompson's experience and shows what he went through to port the Amplitude iPhone app to Windows Mobile.

Thompson did face many challenges along the way, but he was still able to port his app. While it may not seem  easy to port an iPhone app to Windows Mobile, as a developer I would still want to learn how to do this because Microsoft's Windows Mobile Marketplace does not remove apps over silly reasons, and they don't require approvals unlike the App Store.s

Read: Porting iPhone Apps Case Study (MSDN)

[via Windows Mobile Blog]


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August 1, 2009 at 6:35 PM

hey think about it there are alot of bad apps in the market place because of that

August 6, 2009 at 2:14 PM

Think about it... If anyone can submit his app,the quality of the produts you can get from the market place will be very low.
Thats why apple rejects many apps they dont realy work or the prices are very high

August 6, 2009 at 2:54 PM

Well that's why we have cydia!! Honestly if I couldn't jailbreak and install cydia on my phone I'd still be using my blackberry bold

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