By Anton D. Nagy | July 21, 2011 3:32 AM
Windows Phone Mango is the first major update to Redmond’s OS and it will try to close the gap between the mobile platform and competitors like Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. It should be out soon and as such, Microsoft announced that it will accept app submissions in a month’s time.
“We’re just about a month away from enabling developers to begin submitting Mango apps to App Hub” says Todd Brix in its Windows Phone Developer Blog post. Apps submitted will be created with the aid of the Windows Phone Release Candidate (RC) tools that Redmond plans to make available in late August. That aside, there are some interesting bits related to the new App Hub functionality and geographic expansion so head over to the source link and take a look.