Microsoft continues Windows Phone Store expansion with 42 new markets, bringing total to 113

Microsoft continues Windows Phone Store expansion with 42 new markets, bringing total to 113

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New Microsoft on Friday announced a slew of updates to its Windows Phone Dev Center and Windows Phone Store. The biggest is the expansion of the Windows Phone Store to 42 new markets, bringing the total to 113. There are also a few additional updates and improvements, including the ability for...
Microsoft continues Windows Phone Store expansion with 42 new markets, bringing total to 113
                                       

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