When using a phone, many of us expect to be able to know where our friends are. Sure, it's easy to give them a call, but in a world when touchscreens and the Internet are at our fingerprints (quite literally, in the case of smartphones), there are better options which are being explored by Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 app, "We're In".
Things are starting to hot up in the mobile operating system wars, with Apple's iOS and Android from Google battling it out for supremacy in the pockets of the world. While the two giants battle it out though, it's always worth remembering they aren't the only two boxers in this particular ring. Microsoft has high hopes for its Windows Phone 7 platform, though a lack of apps has held the OS back thus far. Now Microsoft is looking to rectify that by giving developers an easier way to port their iOS apps to WP7.
The official Kindle app for Windows Phone 7 is now available for download in the Zune Marketplace. Kindle for Windows Phone brings over 750,000 books, magazines and newspapers from the Kindle platform over to the new Windows Phone 7 devices.