Read xda-developers in a Tapatalk Type App for WP7 – Introducing Board Express
If you are an Android or iPhone user and don’t like reading forums with your browsers, more than likely you use Tapatalk or similar forum viewer apps for your devices. So as not to be left in the dark about this, XDA member juelu gives us the gift of Board Express for WP7. This app will behave somewhat similarly to Talpatalk to give the new user base a chance to satisfy their daily forum addictions. The best part is that you can use this to read not only xda, but also somewhere around another 8,000 forums.
The app is not yet available for download, but the dev has posted a couple of videos to show the smoothness of the app as well as some of the features.
we‘ve developed a new software for Windows Phone 7: Board Express for Tapatalk. This application enables you to use forums in the Internet directly on your WP7 device! Tapatalk is already well known on Android and iPhone and is very popular.
Xda-developers have their own rebranding Tapatalk client, the xda-develpers App for Android.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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