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.
thnninen wrote:Oh, they will see, they deinitely will.
Arrogance only hurts companies and services. ...
thnninen wrote:Arrogance only hurts companies and services.
lizaoreo wrote:It's part of making software/hardware and releasing it.
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