Nokia Lumia 900 launch on AT&T is just 10 days away; will be available on April 8th online and on April 9th in stores, but seems like a good old question is rounding up that what will happens to applications as Windows Phone’s lack of top application from time to time, but what it appears for that is Microsoft has plans to address the issue.
ZDNet is reporting that company is setting aside $10 million campaign over three years to “ringfence” companies like Pandora, who aren’t building Windows Phone versions of their popular apps. Microsoft also has plans to try to turn the app conversation from “quantity” to “quality,” especially on the Android vs. Windows Phone front. The company also is lining up more promotional opportunities for top Windows Phone apps and to make use of “app cards” as an enticement to new Windows Phone purchasers.
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