Microsoft is now one step closer to launching its Windows Marketplace for Mobile, as it has just announced that the app store is open for developers who want to register and develop applications.
In order to register, you need to visit the official Windows Mobile website.
The registration process will provide you with “links to key documentation for distributing apps through Windows Marketplace for Mobile.”
So there you have it, if you feel you can develop apps for the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.5 platform, you can start doing it now.
It’s still not clear when the first Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone will hit the market, but this should happen in the second half of 2009.
Via MSDN Blogs
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