Windows Phone App Studio exceeds expectations with 30,000 applications started in 48 hours
On the Windows Developer Show, which is a weekly podcast for Microsoft developers and enthusiasts, Episode 126: Alex built his first app, discusses the new beta version of Microsoft’s Windows Phone App Studio.
As we mentioned last week, the Windows Phone App Studio intends to help users without the need for coding experience to create an app. The tool offers templates or users have the opportunity to build their own. When your app is ready to go, you can download the app to your own phone, or share it with others by publishing it to the Windows Phone Store.
Bryan Tomlinson, Microsoft’s Senior Program Manager, was a guest on the show and revealed just how successful the Windows Phone App Studio has been. The beta version has exceeded expectations with over 30,000 applications started in the first 48 hours of the tool’s release. In order to access the tool, you will need an access code from Microsoft. Find out more here.
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