ChevronWP7 Labs Offers Jailbreak Apps For Windows Phone 7 Officially

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by casey on June 19, 2011

Jailbreak and jailbreak apps are officially coming to Microsoft Windows Phone 7 ChevronWP7 Labs. We already know Microsoft is a little different in dealing with jailbreakers as compared to Apple and Sony. Yet another interesting move by the Redmond Giant. The company will be officially supporting homebrew apps on their WP7 devices.

Remember, ChevronWP7 tool was released to jailbreak Windows Phone 7. Later the team was welcomed by Microsoft so they can work together. The same team is involved behind the ChevronWP7 Labs that will allow you to install homebrew apps.

This is what ChevronWP7 team has posted:

As announced on the Windows Phone Dev Podcast, we will soon be launching an approved Windows Phone unlocking service as part of ChevronWP7 Labs. This will be available to developers across all skill levels and all regions.

The service will require a small fee currently via PayPal to offset costs but we assure you it will be more affordable than the App Hub. Those who wish to write and immediately publish apps are recommended to sign up to the App Hub instead.

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Of course its a too different attitude they are showing to ha*kers. On the other hand, Apple and Sony shows strong behavior to the jailbreakers. Microsoft is definitely following a good policy.

Here is another point of view. Consider the example of Android. Almost no restrictions are there in terms of applications. But there is no charm as well. While Apple and Sony always put obstacles for jailbreakers. People become anxious to get it and it becomes more interesting.

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