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Microsoft Launches Windows Phone App Studio Beta for Everyone

Aug 7 2013, 6:27am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Microsoft Launches Windows Phone App Studio Beta for Everyone
 
 

Microsoft now introduces a new app generator web tool for free that allows everyone to create an app for its Windows platform. The new Windows Phone App Studio is launched in beta on Tuesday.

The latest online tool by Microsoft allows you to build your very own app for the Windows phone. Windows Phone App Studio is available in beta now for free. You may, by clicking on the browser, create apps either starting with a clean slate or from previous templates. Of course, you need a Microsoft account in the beginning. Then you have to follow four easy steps: generate an idea, add some content to it, pick your style and finally utilize the app.


However, if you want to start afresh then it can be slightly more complex. In fact, it may take a little more time than usual. For this express purpose a series of 13 templates have been set up. A “What You See Is What You Get” layout preview is also in the works.

In the olden days, you had to be a developer to access your own app. But now the facility is available to anybody. And while the developed apps are not as sophisticated as they should be, they’ll do for the present.

The best thing about this app generator is that it comes at absolutely no cost whatsoever to the consumer. A click-to-chat function is also there. Microsoft happens to be one of the major conglomerates that rule the technological world of today. The company keeps up with the latest trends and builds facilities accordingly.

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