Microsoft Apps Allow Homebrew on Windows 7 Phone

Good news for developers and tinkerers at heart: Microsoft will agree to extend the terms of access to Windows Phone 7.

For now, installing applications on a Windows smartphone Phone 7 is limited to those available on the official store. A developer wishing to develop and test software of his own must subscribe at Microsoft, for the tidy sum of $ 99 per year. This trade barrier does not hinder businesses and professional confidence in the revenue generated by their app, but it blocks amateur developers, who could yet be the creators of countless apps “Homebrew”.

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