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DeviceAnywhere Announces Support for Windows Phone 7


DeviceAnywhere has announced support for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform across its entire mobile testing and monitoring solution set for developing, deploying, and quality assuring mobile enterprise and consumer applications.

New Windows Phone 7 devices — the HTC Surround and the Samsung Focus — are the latest additions to the portfolio of handsets accessible online with the cloud-based DeviceAnywhere Test Center. Additional Windows Phone 7 handsets will be made available as they launch.

Additionally, support for Windows Phone 7 is immediately available in DeviceAnywhere’s Test Automation for Smart Devices, a solution for mobile test automation.

“Windows applications have been a standard across enterprise organizations worldwide. These companies are now turning to mobile to stay ahead. The ability to test and QA software is a much higher priority on the mobile platform as applications need to work across a variety of device models and form factors,” said Faraz Syed, Cofounder and CEO of DeviceAnywhere.

Interested developers can visit the DeviceAnywhere AT&T virtual developer lab for more details.


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