Successor to the Windows Mobile, Windows Phone is a family of mobile OS with the newest incarnation dropping the “phone” part of the name and called Windows 10 Mobile (though often referred as Windows Phone 10).
The most notable and immediately eye-catching design feature of these new systems is the Metro interface. It has received a nice portion of praise in its time, because of clean and fresh looks, novelty and nice usability.
Even though the Windows Phone family is marketed towards consumer segment rather than enterprise client pool, all the devices come with Office Mobile suite preinstalled, offering close to perfect interoperability with the desktop version.
The Windows Update service is responsible for keeping these systems up to date, as with other Windows products. Windows Phone Store is the digital distribution tool for all the Windows family now.
Windows 10 Mobile is a properly multitask system with wide multimedia capabilities, advanced content sync and a new universal application platform allowing interoperability of Windows applications between different devices running different Windows editions (PC and XBox included). It also allows connecting a bigger screen and PC-like usage of mobile devices (hardware limitations may apply).
We create attractive and fully customized mobile applications using Windows Phone technology. Windows Phone also provides unrivalled level of data security so that every users can be sure their personal information is always stored safely.
Speaking of hardware, most notable devices are in-house Microsoft Lumias 950/950XL and a low budget 550.
Microsoft initiative of unifying their operating systems through whole the range of consumer device classes is highly promising, especially in terms of ecosystems and development issues. With Win 10 Mobile being the newest in the line, the process has already started, and the progressive nature of this platform shows serious potential in market share growth.