Microsoft to release 'Switch to Windows Phone' app for Android

Microsoft to release 'Switch to Windows Phone' app for Android

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New Microsoft is working with a third-party developer to release a new app for Android users designed to make it easier to transition to Windows Phone. The app, dubbed ‘Switch to Windows Phone,’ uses technology from app search engine Quixey to identify and suggest Windows Phone apps that replicate or at...
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