XDA Market – A Completely Free App Store
XDA member davidgiga presents this magnificent application for Windows Mobile devices. This app allows you to upload and download apps for free (note that it’s not an officially-supported XDA app). The host site from the developer is new and there are no applications available yet. As with any market, this will work when a lot of people starts using it and upload apps to the site. Tested on WVGA resolutions, but should work in others as well.
Developer also will add a PC version soon. This project is young but with help, we can make it a great tool. Please take a look and leave some feedback.
Originally posted by davidgiga
Developers: Upload your own apps for everyone without paying anything. You can even upload apps only for one specific device.
Users: Browse through apps for Windows Mobile or apps only for your device ( for example thinks like the flashlight app for the HD2)
and Rate, comment and download them.
- Client app for Windows Mobile (WVGA version yet, works also on other devices)
- Webinterface for uploading and managing your apps
- Automatic update function (Not in this build)
You can find more information in the application thread.
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