Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 15th Mar 2010 21:39 UTC
Windows Finally, we're getting to the meat of the matter. Windows Phone 7 Series really made major headlines when it was announced a few weeks ago, but despite the big splash, little to nothing was revealed about the developer environment. Similarly, it was unclear how third party applications would integrate with the operating system. At MIX10 today, Microsoft revealed all. Update: A lot more information, including photos and videos, at Engadget.
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in-app unlocking
by badtz on Wed 17th Mar 2010 06:57 UTC
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In other words, you can buy the trial version (with features turned off, or time-limited, whatever) and then upgrade to the full version without having to delete the trial app and download the full app (the iPhone way).

Incorrect, on the iPhone you can download one binary, and using the in-app purchases, a developer can unlock a "trial" app into a "full" app ....

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