All About Windows Phone: The new #1 source for Windows Phone


Congratulations are in order for the team behind All About Symbian as they’ve just launched their all new property, All About Windows Phone.

Like Ronseal, it does what it says on the tin.

There’s no shortage of cut-n-paste rubber-desk-johnnys* knocking out Windows Phone news, reviews and whatnot. There is a market for their output, of course. However if you’re looking for reasoned, high quality, balanced commentary surrounding the new platform, I strongly recommend sticking All About Windows Phone into your feeds.

Rafe and his team have a positive track record in this regard. Across the years they’ve delivered a phenomenal service to the Symbian community with upwards of 2.5 million readers a month. I think it’s fair to say that almost every senior Nokia executive knows Rafe Blandford, personally. Further, I know that Microsoft rightly regard the chap as one of the industry’s most qualified commentators.

Steve Litchfield, Ewan Spence and David Gilson make up the rest of Rafe’s brilliant team. Each of them will be regularly contributing to All About Windows Phone and by the looks of the content on the site today (it soft-launched this week), I’m quite delighted to assert that the site will dominate the marketplace.

For so long I’ve been used to reading the Symbian-focused news from the team so this week I’ve been taking special pleasure in sampling their qualified perspective on Windows Phone.

Dofollow them on Twitter and if you happen to see Rafe or any of the team tomorrow at Nokia World, give them a pat on the back.

* Lord Flasheart, Blackadder Goes Forth

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

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