Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Posted by Brad Wasson in "Windows Phone Talk" @ 07:00 PM
"To better reach customers worldwide, I'm also pleased to announce today that Mango will offer a new web version of Windows Phone Marketplace. This will enable customers to shop, share and buy/download apps and games from any PC and send them directly to their phones. You get more visibility for your apps with no extra work. The Mango Marketplace will bring several new features and capabilities that Todd Brix will be expanding upon here a little later."
The wpcentral.com website is reporting that Matt Bencke has written a post about a future version of the Windows Phone Marketplace that will be accessible on the web. This looks like a very positive move to me, as exposure to the apps available for the platform will now be available to anyone with a browser. It seems that this will roll out with the Mango release, so we have to wait a bit, but it should be a nice addition that developers looking to sell apps will appreciate.