First Nokia app hits Windows Marketplace

First Nokia app hits Windows MarketplaceWe’re still not entirely sure when to expect the first Windows Phone 7 handset from everyone’s favourite Finnish manufacturer. Very probably Nokia World in October, which is conspicuously a wee bit later than usual this year.

But in the meantime French site Mon Windows Phone (that’s My Windows Phone, in case you don’t speak French) has discovered the Finns’ first app on the Windows Marketplace.

It’s called App Highlights, and is essentially, uhm, highlights of apps. Or something.

A translation of the app description reads: “You love your apps and you want to be kept informed of the latest developments? Highlights app helps you find the latest applications that everyone pulls in their assessments and consult with their descriptions and then download them directly to your phone.

“Never miss anything with live updates, immediate access to local and global best apps carefully selected selections of the day featured the lists of the best apps and direct access to the categories of applications. All this from a single screen! * Standard rates apply


  • Update live apps on the home screen
  • Consultation of the content featured, carefully selected each day for you
  • Lists of the best apps local and global, never miss anything – Research and consultation of new apps is fast and fun.”

Good stuff.

via: WMPoweruser

Read more about: Windows Phone

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JanSt / MOD  Sep. 26, 2011 at 12:08

That is available for Symbian, too.

Treab  Sep. 26, 2011 at 12:43

yeah but who uses that rubbish...


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