xteejx wrote:If it's anything like Windows 8,it won't work properly anyway. Stick with what you have lol
Seriously though I've not heard anything about Wazes plans for WP platform, currently its just android and iOS because of the market share.
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hailstorm wrote:At present I have exactly 0 navigation programs on my HTC 8x. Really hope Waze reconsiders support for Windows Phone now WP8 is out.
fiftiesdean wrote:If it's anything like Windows 8,it won't work properly anyway. Stick with what you have lol
I've been using Windows 8 for a while and I've been using a Lumia 920 for a few days. Please qualify what you mean by "it won't work properly anyway". I've used Waze for my iPhone for a while and i'd love to see it on WP8.
top_gun_de wrote:Well, I consider your absolute point-of-no-return-attitude a little too strict.
Windows Phone 8 is so new that nearly no one has yet written software for it. It is compatible with WP7, but the API-restrictions on WP7 were so harsh that the GPS-software was close to zero. Apps couldn't perform as well on WP7 as on iOS or Android.
WP8 has been released about 2 weeks ago, and it's upcoming market share is yet to be determined. You should allow any company, especially a small company as waze the time to determine if WP8 and it's numbers justify a newly-developed client.
Waze for WP8 would be an entirely new beast - iOS-Apps are written in Objective-C, Android-Apps in Java, and WP8-apps in the .net-supported languages like C#. Add to that the platform-differences, and you might get an impression how much effort it would be for a small company to support an entirely different smartphone system with yet another version of Waze.
If it's anything like Windows 8,it won't work properly anyway. Stick with what you have lol
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