Microsoft asks developers to apps registered for its upcoming application store

Microsoft asks developers to apps registered for its upcoming application storeGearing up to launch the rival to the Apple App Store, Microsoft asked the developers to register Windows Mobile applications that they look to sell through its upcoming application store. Microsoft made the announced during its TechEd 2009 technical developers conference in Los Angeles last week.

In a blog post earlier last week, Microsoft’s Windows Mobile team wrote, "Developers can now register to participate in Windows Marketplace for Mobile."

Microsoft reported that some mobile app developed have already committed to sell their applications through its upcoming application store. Some of these developers include AccuWeather.com, the Associated Press, CNBC, Developer One Mobile Software, EA Mobile, Facebook, Gameloft, MySpace, Netflix, Pandora, Sling Media, and Zagat Survey.

The Windows Mobile team wrote, "This marks another milestone in providing Windows Mobile developers a clear path to develop, test, certify and distribute their Windows Mobile applications via the Windows Marketplace for Mobile.”

Meanwhile, Microsoft is eagerly waiting for Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphones to hit the markets. The software giant is waiting for applications for Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphones. It is asking developers to get their apps ready and registered for its mobile application store. Microsoft’s mobile application store is expected to be launched in the fall when Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphones are likely to hit the markets.




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