1. Testing apps for Windows Phone 8 - msdn.microsoft.com

    msdn.microsoft.com › Develop › Windows 8 development

    Unit testing apps for Windows Phone 8. Test how your app handles a bad network connection or an interruption. Simulation Dashboard for Windows Phone 8.

  2. Windows Phone Store Test Kit for Windows Phone 8


    The Windows Phone Windows Phone Store Test Kit (formerly named Marketplace Test Kit) provides a suite of automated and manual tests to help prepare your apps to …

  3. Speedtest.net by Ookla - for Windows Phone - Mobile 3G, 4G ...


    The #1 Windows Phone app for testing internet performance. Test your mobile network speed on your Windows Phone, wherever you may be. Download the free Ookla ...

  4. Best Windows phones of 2016 - CNET

    Watch video · Microsoft's marquee phone will unlock under your gaze. Its camera, Cortana voice assistant and beautiful screen are the phone's strongest traits

  5. Windows Phone 8.1 Online Emulator From Microsoft


    Use Microsoft’s online emulator to discover what you can do with Windows Phone 8.1.

  6. Testing your Windows Phone app – Part 1 - Building Apps ...


    This blog post was authored by Craig Horsfield, a Senior SDET on the Windows Phone Test and Operations team. ... Testing your Windows Phone app – Part 1.

  7. Sign in to your account - dev.windowsphone.com


    We can't sign you in. Your browser is currently set to block cookies. You need to allow cookies to use this service. Cookies are small text files stored on your ...

  8. Download Windows Phone Developer Tools RTW from …

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    Oct 15, 2010 · This will start the installation of Windows Phone Developer Tools and install the necessary components on your machine.

  9. GitHub - Expensify/WindowsPhoneTestFramework


    ReadMe.md WindowsPhoneTestFramework. There is an introduction video on http://bit.ly/wp7-test. There are some Wiki Pages now on https://github.com

  10. Testing your Windows Phone app – Part 3 - Building Apps ...


    This is the final post in a 3-part series that outlines key test areas that you should consider before submitting your app to the Windows Phone Store.