orb3000 · Oct 17, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Zune 4.7 Download – WP7 Marketplace Live

XDA member prjkthack found the newest update 4.7 of Zune client. The dev also reports about Windows Phone 7 marketplace already on line and applications are increasing every minute, so in a matter of weeks we will see the fully loaded first generation marketplace.
If you already have a WP7 device, let us know about the availability of applications or if it´s already working for you.
The developer provided the download link for the Zune Client 4.7

Originally posted by prjkthack
Zune 4.7 Download – WP7 Marketplace Live

Just in case anyone was wondering, the Zune client has been updated to 4.7. I don’t see any live download links, looks like you need to already have the Zune software installed, and it’ll auto-check for updates.

Some nice changes, and the Marketplace for Windows Phone 7 is also live so you can take a look at some of the apps currently available. This just gets me real excited.

That being said, anyone wonder why the Marketplace would be open when no devices are even available. I wonder if devices will be available sooner than we think…

Update: It looks like apps keep getting added and added as time moves on. There were only a handful of apps 10 minutes ago, and now there are a bunch more.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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