Windows Phone Homebrew Apps Credit: Withwindows.com
Lately, Windows Phone has started noticing tremendous growth. Thanks to the release of lucrative smartphone like Nokia Lumia series which gave the ultimate boost to the sales. Looking at the sales figure, then one will realize that Nokia ha managed to sell over
1 million lumia series handsets. The staggering sales figure may double or get tripled when Lumia 900 is release sometimes in May 2012. Interested people can read our exclusive post that reveals some power-packed specification of Lima 900.
Homebrew Apps On the other hand, there is a necessity of useful HOMEBREW APPS for the users to get the most out of such devices. Before moving on to the topic, user should keep the fact in mind that one must unlock their Windows Phone handset in order to use homebrew app
There are three different types of unlock Developer unlock (also called chavronWP7 unlock). Interop unlock Full unlock
We will not delve into this since we’re not much interested in this. Most of the application works on developer unlock which was available at $9 from chevronWP7 lab (token distribution has been freezed at the moment).
On-Device Folders Homebrew App There are bunch of extremely powerful homebrew apps are available. Among them on-device folder is of our main interest. Much like Android and iOS device, on-device folders homebrew app will let you create a folder on your Windows Phone homescreen so you can manage the applications easily.
Unfortunately, folders option has not been integrated into the Windows Phone stock firmware, which only makes it difficult to users. Those who just migrated from iOS device feels helpless due to such constraint. Luckily, unlocked Windows Phone users can now take advantage of such feature
All you need is chevronWP7 unlocked Windows Phone to install this application. You can add marketplace application as well as system application into folders. Find our more on this from our official blog
Resources1. Folders for Windows Phone Tutorial2. Best Windows Phone App3. Unofficial Windows Phone Blog