Microsoft fixes issue with Windows Phone Marketplace digital certificates

Microsoft has finally issued a fix for the Marketplace problem that prevented Windows Phone users from installing new apps or updating existing ones for the last few days. According to a post on the Windows Phone Developer Blog, the fix for the digital certificate bug is currently being rolled out and make take up to two full days to deploy and completely get rid of the problem. Windows Phone users should now be able to install or update apps with ease.

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- Some of the most notable apps that got affected are WhatsApp, Translator from Bing, and the New York Times app.

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Now it would appear that Microsoft has fixed the issue, and has resumed publishing of new Windows Phone apps to its mobile apps store, as it has now fixed the issue with the digital certificates.

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This is also good news for developers and they can start submitting their apps again.

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