Sharing Apps From Windows MarketplaceSharing Apps From Windows Marketplace
Roughly two weeks ago, Microsoft announced you would be able to install apps you purchase from their as yet unreleased Windows Marketplace For Mobile store on up to five devices. They have now clarified that this is for up to five of <i>your</i> phones, not phones of friends and family members.
May 26, 2009
Roughly two weeks ago, Microsoft announced you would be able to install apps you purchase from their as yet unreleased Windows Marketplace For Mobile store on up to five devices. They have now clarified that this is for up to five of your phones, not phones of friends and family members.The online community's confusion is understandable. It was reported that Microsoft product planner Daniel Bouie said the Marketplace would allow users to share apps by authorizing phones of friends or family members to use the apps you purchased.
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