Official XDA Windows Phone 7 App Released!
Joining the ranks of the official XDA Android apps, we’re happy to announce that after months of development, the XDA Windows Phone 7 app is complete! The app features the fast and clean Metro interface, and allows you to:
– View forums
– Send/receive PMs
– Subscribe to forum
– Read and respond to posts
– Check news from the Portal
– And more
The app also features Live Tile and Toaster notifications (you must turn these on through the Settings), so that you can instantly know when you have a new private message.
To get it, search the Marketplace for “xda-developers” or click this link from your Windows Phone 7. The price is $0.99 from now until late April.
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