Looking for an app for your Windows Phone, but don't have WiFi and don't want to spend on data charges? Well, soon you can buy one straight off your desktop. That's right. Windows Phone Marketplace is following in the footsteps of Android Market, and will soon have a web-based app store as well. Purchased apps will be installed OTA "via SMS or email." Windows Phone Web Marketplace will be rolled out later this year once Mango is officially unleashed to the public.
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