Windows Phone Apps are mostly downloaded into phones with less than 512 MB memory.
Added almost 2 years ago | As appeared first on gigaom.com | Author: Kevin C Tofel
Mobile app developers considering Windows Phone support for their apps, take note: Based on data released by Microsoft on Tuesday, you may want to target low-end devices. Why? Because most of the apps downloaded from the Windows Phone app store are from budget-friendly phones that have less than 512 MB of memory. Note that Microsoft considers a phone with half a gigabyte or less RAM to be a "low memory" device. That means if a developer's app requires more memory than that, it will be limited... Continue reading on gigaom.com
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