I am very happy to announce that the new Microsoft Info Partner mobile app for Windows Phone, which is now available for download in the Windows Phone store. This Windows Phone mobile app brings you Microsoft resources, information, insights, tips, and more, delivered right to your phone, when and where you want it. Included is information from hundreds of official Microsoft sources, brought right to your Windows Phone! You can see information from Microsoft Products Teams, People/Leaders, Country Teams, Events, and more. There's also a Microsoft Talk section, where you can see what others are saying about a variety of Microsoft topics. No more jumping from site to site, blog to blog, Twitter feed to Twitter feed, YouTube channel to YouTube Channel trying to keep up with the latest Microsoft news. The new Microsoft Info Partner brings it all to you. Plus, you can pin any of the feeds you want right to your home screen and get instant access with just one tap on your screen!
The Microsoft Info Partner Mobile App is designed for anyone looking to find information about Microsoft products, news, insights, offers, and more. Here’s a quick view of what you’ll find in the Microsoft Info Partner Mobile App for Windows Phone:
The main screen provides you several category tiles, most of which you can pin to your main screen for quick access in one press. The tiles you will find include: - Products, People, Countries, MSFT Stock, Microsoft Talk, Events, Offers, and MPN Manage
As mentioned above, the Microsoft Info Partner mobile app is now available for download in the Windows Phone Store and you can get it for yourself by clicking here or by simply scanning the code below on your Windows Phone.
Now, some of you may be wondering, “Does this replace the Microsoft Partner Info app that you expanded earlier this year (if so, why would you replace it?), Eric, or is this in addition to it (if so, why a second app)?” Great questions, and the answer is, this app replaces the other app. As for why this new app instead of just an update to the former app, well, that will take a little longer to explain, so you might want to read my, “What’s up with your Microsoft Information Partner app, Eric?” post, where I give you the details behind the decision to move to this new app.
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