Today, the v. 1.3 release of the Microsoft Partner Information Mobile App will be coming to Windows Phone and Android users around the world, and it brings with it some very exciting new additions! (If you’re an iPhone owner and want the Microsoft Partner Info app, you might want to tell Apple!) Here is a quick overview of what you will be seeing in todays release of the Microsoft Partner Information Mobile App:
First, as you know, just over two weeks ago I presented you with a question, “Do you want to see product feeds included in the Microsoft Partner Info mobile app?” Thank you to all of you that sent me your input and thoughts on this through the online survey, through my Twitter account, my LinkedIn account, my Facebook account, and through email. I do appreciate the input and I hope you enjoy the outcome: You will now find product feeds in the Microsoft Partner Information app!
The v 1.3 release includes:
Next, to make your experience even easier within the application, while also bringing you more information, you will find that within many of the sections you will get information from multiple resources. Here are some examples to show you what I am talking about:
Speaking of countries, you will find several new and expanded country partner sources of information included in the new 1.3 version of the Microsoft Partner Info Mobile App. Here are the new countries added in version 1.3:
Thanks again to everyone who has been sharing your input and feedback with me on what you like about the Microsoft Partner Info Mobile App, what you would like to see included in it, how you are using it, and various other points of input regarding it. By all means, keep it coming! There will be additional updates coming in the future, so don’t worry if your suggestions didn’t make it in this update, it doesn’t necessarily mean they won’t be included. Also, if you have the Microsoft Partner Information Mobile App installed on your phone, I’d love it if you could take a quick moment and do an actual review and/or rating of the app. It takes less than a minute and here’s how do it:
If you don’t have the Microsoft Partner Info app installed on your phone yet, here’s how you can get it right now. You can download the Microsoft Partner Info app for your phone in the following ways:
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Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking” Director, Worldwide Partner Experience Microsoft Corporation This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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