Microsoft has announced the beta version of its Windows Phone App Studio website has helped to create 65,000 apps in its first two months. Microsoft has also added new features to the beta version.
First Look: This is Tronsmart's $150 Ara X5 Windows 10 Mini PC
The Ashley Madison hack: a confusing battle between good and evil
...of Lumia flagships, Windows milestones, and Samsung's reminder to RTFM
One month on, what do you think of Windows 10 so far?
Samsung confirms devices it plans to upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Known issues with Windows 10 Insider build 10532
Windows phone app studio
Microsoft announced that the beta of its Windows Phone App Studio website has added a number of new features and also revealed app makers can more easily add age ratings.
Microsoft has announced that there are now over 55,000 active projects taking part in the recently launched Windows Phone App Studio beta and that new features have been added to the app tools.
A Microsoft product manager has announced that the Windows Phone App Studio saw about 30,000 projects started within the first 48 hours of the program's release on Tuesday.
Microsoft has launched a beta test of its new Windows Phone App Studio, which is designed to let anyone, regardless of their experience, make a Windows Phone app.