Microsoft keen on struggling from years in order to make it presence in the phone market with the latest it had teamed up with Nokia last year and bring on Lumia 900. But wait, this is not the complete part of story as hundreds of thousands of apps that run on Apple and Android devices will not work on phones like the Lumia 900 that use Microsoft’s Windows Phone software. In order to boost this up, the software giant has come up with incentives financing the development of Windows Phone versions of well-known apps, some of which cost the company anywhere between $60,000 to $600,000, depending on the complexity of the app. Well, we hope that this would truly turn beneficial for the software giant unless the move it is on is taken with complete care of.
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