I build Android apps
Your apps in more hands
- First things first: you keep 80% of revenue for sales of $25,000 USD in the Windows Store—more than any other platform.
- Why port your Android app? The Windows Store puts your app in front of more customers.
- Want to port your Android app? This guide walks you through the process.
- Every app can be published with a free trial option—a proven way of increasing sales.
- Utilize Windows Azure’s infrastructure and let us take care of the backend. You can do what you do best—making great apps.
Use your existing skills
- Cross-platform is the new reality. Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 share code—so will your apps.
- Bring your skills to Windows 8 apps with C++ with DirectX 11.1.
- Need help or tools? All tools are free—and chances are, you already know them.
All the tools at your disposal
- Get started by downloading the free SDK to access development tools and a sample gallery.
- Want more? Grab the Visual Studio Express for Windows Phone and Windows Phone 8 app templates.
- Need some guidance? Read this example guide to transitioning an app from Android to Windows 8.
- Find inspiration in the design library for Windows Phone.
- Track where you’ve been. Plan where you’re going. You’ll always know how your app performs in your Windows Store Dashboard: downloads, users, traffic loads, and more.
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