Microsoft rolled out a minor update recently concerning its Windows Marketplace for Mobile which is made available to devices running Windows Mobile 6.0 and above. One of the main highlights would be its capability for users to download and install applications from the Marketplace straight onto microSD memory cards instead of relying on the device’s internal memory. This bodes well for devices that have limited physical memory, since it translates to more applications being installed. This update is brought to you free from Microsoft, so what are you waiting for?
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