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Microsoft snubs Windows Phone, releases 2 Android-only apps

James A. Martin | Oct. 24, 2014
Microsoft's startup-within-a-big-company, Microsoft Garage, boldly developed two new apps that are only available on Android. (For now, at least.) CIO.com mobile apps reviewer James A. Martin breaks down what you'll like about them, as well what you won't.

These are just two Microsoft Garage-built apps. Though most of the others are for Windows devices, there's also SNIPP3T, an iOS celebrity news app; Torque, for Android Wear devices; and CityZen, which is designed to connect citizens with their municipal governments and is available for Android and Windows Phone.

I'm looking forward to seeing what Microsoft Garage cooks up next. Maybe a Mac OS-only app? That really would tip the world off its axis. 

 

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