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Windows phone 8 apps
Microsoft has confirmed it has created and released a number of apps for its Windows Phone Store that have been made from the content of popular mobile app sites.
Google has finally released its AdMob SDK beta for Windows Phone 8 developers, allowing creators who put in ad banners in their apps to link to Google's vast advertising network.
Amazon Web Services has launched an new version of its .NET SDK that finally adds support for connecting Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 apps to the company's cloud services.
Nokia has announced a number of new third party Windows Phone 8 apps , including Path, Flipboard and Oggl PRO, the latter of which will be released exclusively for the newly revealed Lumia 102
Microsoft has announced that third party app makers that submit apps to its four download store fronts will be required to update their apps within 180 days of being notified of a security issue.
Microsoft has announced the release of several new high profile apps for Windows Phone 8 owners, including the official apps for ABC News, Walgreens, MarketWatch and more.
Microsoft has announced that the official LivingSocial app for Windows Phone 8 smartphones has been released, allowing users to find nearby restaurants and activities at discount prices.
Microsoft has launched a new contest, asking for developers who have made apps using the PhoneGap tools for other platforms to port them over to Windows Phone 8 and have a chance to win prizes.
Microsoft has announced that it has opened up the Windows Phone Store to app developers in 42 more international markets, along with some other changes and additions.