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Add COC in WINDOWS PHONES

Guys I really can't live without COC

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Ever feel like you were hit by a bus?
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actually I was hit by a school bus when I was a kid

I tend to agree, I know absolutely no one who owns a microsoft phone. I wont have one because of windows os. as far as COC, I have absolutely no idea of what that is. Canadian Olympic Committee??? College of the Canyons??? Corrosion of Conformity???? or is it something else.

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That said, in 2009 I wrote apps for Windows Mobile.

It was actually a joy to code for. Then Microsoft dispatched the buses and the honeymoon was over. No longer could you issue an app with ease and then Android showed up.

Game over.

-> In 2009 I was in a meeting with MS and phone company reps. They were adamant that only the carrier should control the Home screen. Apple was making trouble and they hated that.

Today the consumers would never accept a phone with such draconian views.

Microsoft is still living in the past. I have yet to see any sign they will change in regards to their ideas on the phone.

---> Oh so close. Windows Mobile was one step away from being great in its day. We wanted our company/corporate app to be on the home screen. MS and phone companies didn't want that.

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