Qloud Media – Windows Phone 7 (WP7) media streaming software

Having Qloud Media, you can have personal multimedia theater over the air!

 

You can easily share video, music, and pictures on PC to your Windows Phone 7 (WP7) and Android phone. No copy or encode is needed, just install proper Server (free) software on your PC and you can enjoy video, music and pictures anytime and anywhere!

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Spotify for Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) – AVAILABLE NOW!

Spotify opens up your Windows Phone to a world of music. Take your Spotify playlists with you on the go – listen during your commute, in the gym or on a flight. With ‘Offline mode’ you can listen without an internet connection.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Features:

– Search, browse & play millions of tracks.
– Explore & play your friends’ playlists, top artists and tracks.
– Stream over WiFi or 2.5/3G – all your existing playlists are available.
– Offline playlists – play your music without an internet connection.
– On-the-fly sync – every track you add to a playlist appears on mobile and computer.
– What’s New view.
– Receive music from friends via the inbox.
– Starred tracks – tag all your favourites into a special list.

Get it now at the Marketplace.

WhatsApp for Windows Phone (WP7 Mango) – RELEASED!

On Saturday September 25th, WhatsApp for Windows Phone client went live in the Marketplace! WhatsApp Messenger for Windows Phone is available to those running version 7.5 (Mango) release on their device. Also, Windows Phone client release brings the total supported mobile platforms to SIX!

 

Just to recap, they are:
― iPhone (OS 3.1 or newer)
― Android (OS 2.1 or newer)
― BlackBerry (OS 4.5 or newer)
― Nokia Symbian S60 (3rd Edition Feature Pack 1 or newer)
― Nokia S40 (6th edition or newer)
― Windows Phone (OS 7.5 or newer)

We are extremly excited to add Windows Phone to the list of supported platforms, the WhatsApp blog states. Stay tuned for more features and improvements…

Update to Mango – Windows Phone 7 – Without being a developer

This tool will provision your device to receive beta updates. It requires the Windows Phone Support Tools to be installed, and your device needs to be updated to NoDo or beyond. It, however, does not require a developer unlock. Simply download the file, connect your phone, run the batch file, and it should take care of the rest. After it’s done, fire up Zune, and you’ll be prompted to install the beta.

NOTE 1: I am not responsible for any damage caused to your device during this procedure. Do it at your own risk. It hasn’t been fully tested, so you may run into some issues. Let me know in the comments field if you have issues and I’ll try to help.

Updating to Mango
Requirements:
Microsoft Windows operating system, Windows Phone Support Tool, Zune, Mango Update Tool

1. Download the tool here (due to updates of the tool, please do not link directly to this file, but download from this site only).
2. Make sure Windows Phone Support Tool is installed (32bit or 64bit)
3. Connect your phone to your computer (make sure you exit Zune if it starts)
4. Extract the tool to C: (root)
5. Run the tool Update.bat and follow the on-screen instructions

NOTE 2: If you get an error that looks like this: System.UriFormatException: Invalid URI you should try running the update tool from the command prompt from C:\takesonetomango folder. (Make sure you run command prompt with Administrative rights.)

Restoring NoDo
According to Microsoft, you must restore NoDo before the Mango update is released. This applies to everyone, including registered developers. To restore NoDo, run the Restore.bat file. Alternatively, the updated version provides a readme.txt file for manual restoring instructions.

Good luck!

Thanks to windowsphonehacker.com for the original article.

IM+ for Windows Phone 7 – SHAPE Services


Does this look good or what? Can’t wait until SHAPE releases their most widely used mobile IM app on Windows Phone 7. The rumor has it that it’s going to be (BETA) launched this month, April 2011. But time is running out – hopefully we’ll see it in the Marketplace really soon! *fingers crossed*

UPDATE: SHAPE has released v1.0 to Windows Phone via Marketplace. Go get it!

IM+ will support the following services: MSN, Yahoo, Gtalk, Aim, Myspace, Jabber, ICQ, Facebook, Skype, and Twitter.