orb3000 · Feb 11, 2011 at 09:00 am

Windows Phone 7 Marketplace for Windows PC

Have you ever wondered how to look for Windows Phone 7 market applications or games from your computer? XDA member eried presents this XAP installer, so you can use it on your Windows PC. The latest version will display only the free apps/games on the market. It features desktop access for WP 7 Marketplace, background downloader, and automated deploy.
You will need a Windows Phone 7 device (unlocked) or emulator and a Windows PC with Microsoft .NET Framework 4. Be sure to leave your comments or a thanks.

Originally posted by eried
[RELEASE] Windows Phone 7 Marketplace for Windows PC v1.6.2 + XAP Installer!

Windows Phone 7 Marketplace for Windows PC is an application suite. There is one application to search the Marketplace application catalog, other can download the xap packages and the last one can deploy any application to a WP7 device or emulator. Intended only for testing free apps and your own apps.

** Version 1.2 or newer: now display only fully free applications (not trials/paid/device branded apps) following the xda anti-piracy policy **

Features/updates:
Please see http://ried.cl/mobile/wp7desktopmarketplace.html for the changelog, also there is a quick video showing how to use the program here: http://www.screencast.com/t/9PkvJL50b

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