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Store on the GO for Windows Phone 7
XDA member idloco presents Store on the GO for your Windows Phone 7. This store front will let you browse products on Amazon featuring things like the option to check products reviews, view the product features, add products to cart and purchase products on the cart inside Amazon amongst many others. By now it´s only available in English but the developer will add more languages in future versions.
Get it free on the market and please leave some feed back!.
Originally posted by idloco
[APP] Store on the GO! powered by Amazon -[R]- 04/01/2011 -[V] – 1.0
Here is my amazon app!
Is just a small store front to browse products on Amazon
Check Products Reviews
View the product features
Check an image of the product*
Add products to cart
Purchase products on the cart inside Amazon.
Future features ( depending of how popularity of the app is )
*Browse more product Images
Check related products
View different versions/editions of the product.
Better localization, to redirect to the .jp .ca .uk versions of the site.
Here is the link to the App in the zune marketplace
You can find more information in the application thread.
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