Bidorbuy Windows Phone app launched

A Windows Phone application for Bidorbuy has hit the Windows Phone marketplace

By - June 20, 2014
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Online auction service Bidorbuy launched its official Windows Phone application on Friday, 20 June 2014, complementing the company’s Android, BlackBerry 10, and iOS mobile applications.

The app is available as a free download from Microsoft’s Windows Phone Marketplace.

According to Bidorbuy, the app was redeveloped from the ground up by MyBroadband forum member, Matt Cavanagh, who is also the only Windows Phone MVP in Africa, among some 30 world-wide.

The Bidorbuy Windows Phone app is expected to feature in a number of exclusive promotions via Microsoft (and the former Nokia) over the next few weeks.

Bidorbuy has also promised to bring some really interesting technology to the app by December 2014, but said it could not provide any more detail than that at this stage.

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