Multi-Forum Client for WP7 Seeking Beta Testers
For Android, there are quite a few applications users can use to browse forums. With general forum browsing apps like Tapatalk to specialized forum apps like our very own XDA-specific version of the Tapatalk App, Android users have many options when it comes to forum browsing. So what about Windows Phone 7? Not so much, but that could change in the near future.
XDA Senior Member SimzzDev is developing an application that will allow WP7 users the joy of surfing thousands of forums within a single application. While it isn’t quite ready yet, there’s a beta released scheduled soon and there’s beta testers needed.
With release imminent, users are requested to sign up with their Windows Live ID, their country of residence, and which WP7 phone they’ll be testing the application with. Until the beta release, users can check out screen shots and a YouTube video demoing the app as it stands.
For additional info and more, head to the original thread to get ready for the beta.
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