Todd Brix, the head of Microsoft's Windows Phone apps division, used his Twitter account this week to reveal that more app creators are signing up to make Windows Phone 8 apps.
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Microsoft has finally allowed Windows Phone app developers to sign up for a preview version of the company's Windows Phone 8 SDK. Sign ups will end on Monday, September 17th.
The previously rumored screenshot feature for Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 has been confirmed via the leaked Windows Phone 8 SDK and a recently posted YouTube video.
More screenshots have been posted on the Internet showing off features from the Windows Phone 8 SDK, including being able to back up text messages to SkyDrive and more,
A new rumor claims that Microsoft will release the Windows Phone 8 SDK to developers sometime at the end of July, although it may have a preview or beta label attached to it.