Microsoft through its blog post has announced that it is bringing Windows Phone 8 apps to be available in 180 countries at launch, which is roughly three times the 63 markets served today although developers, meanwhile, will be able to submit apps to those same markets via App Hub, up from 38 markets. The company last week announced the Windows Phone 8, which features support for multi-core chipsets, IE 10, NFC with lots more of features. The company confirmed that it now having 100,000 applications, but still if it wants to compete in better prospects, it need to work more harder.
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