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IOU: Easy Loan Tracking for Windows Phone 7
XDA member cPT.cAPSLOCK brings IOU, an easy loan track application for your Windows Phone 7. You can have all the information regarding your loans at hand, like the name of who´s involved on the loan, amount of money -if any-, contact details from the friend to whom the money was loaned to, and more. The latest version has the addition of page transitions and custom tile settings. Also, some bugs are still present and a few design details are fixed a swell.
You will need to have an unlocked device in order to make it work.
If you are ok with beta testing, proceed to the original thread and give it a try.
Originally posted by cPT.cAPSLOCK
Ladies and gentlemen!
On the first of July, I finished coding my first WP7 application.
Since then I’ve been fixing bugs, adding new features, and polishing the designs.
Right now, the app is pretty close to finished. So I decided to post a .xap here for you to try out as some kind of beta test before I submit it to the queue, to find any bugs I may have missed.
Tombstoning is not implemented yet, but not very essential either.
Continue to the application thread.
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