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July 28, 2009

Microsoft accepting apps for Windows Marketplace for Mobile

Posted by David Hunter at 7:48 PM ET.

Microsoft has opened the gates for application developers to start submitting apps to their Windows Marketplace for Mobile Store:

Today represents another significant milestone for Windows Marketplace for Mobile, and more importantly, the first big opportunity for developers. We are now accepting application submissions from all 29 supported countries and have launched a Race to Market Challenge to kick things off. It’s time to show us what you’ve got!

Registered developers and ISVs can now upload their application, game or widget to the Windows Marketplace platform and we’ll begin certifying those apps according to the process, policies and guidelines we’ve published. We certify apps on a First In, First Out (FIFO) basis. Certification should normally take about 10 business days initially and you can always check on your application during the process through our Developer Dashboard. To better market your app, you can provide us with all the product information and promotional materials you’d like us to use to describe and showcase your application for the more than 30 million Windows Mobile devices out there

There’s more fine print by following the links, but Microsoft clearly hopes to spark a land rush as developers stake out space in the Windows Mobile app market that will hopefully be as lucrative as Apple’s iPhone store. We’ll see.

Filed under Marketplace for Mobile, Microsoft, Windows Mobile

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