Kantar has now released their full Q1 2015 numbers for the 3 months ending March 2015, and in Europe it reads as good news for Windows Phone.
Threema is a mobile messaging app that puts security and privacy first. With true end-to-end encryption, you can be certain that only you and the intended recipient can read your messages. You can use Threema completely anonymously, without giving away personal information such as phone numbers or email addresses. Your messages will be deleted from our servers immediately after being delivered. With Threema, you’re perfectly protected against data abuse.
SECURE END-TO-END ENCRYPTION
Unlike other popular messaging apps (including those claiming to use encryption), even we as the server operator have absolutely no way to read your messages.
HIGH LEVEL OF DATA PROTECTION
Threema takes data privacy very seriously. We store the encrypted data for the shortest possible time. We guarantee that we do not collect, evaluate or sell customer data.
Threema is not only secure but also very user friendly and covers the basic features of a mobile messenger.
• write text messages
• send videos and pictures
• share locations
• send voice messages
• synchronize your contacts (optional)
Threema differs from other mobile messengers with its special features:
• all text and voicemail messages, as well as pictures, videos, and GPS locations, are end-to-end encrypted
• verify the identity of a contact by scanning his or her personal QR code
• anonymous instant messaging
• nobody can read or evaluate your data
• local files are stored encrypted on your mobile phone
The Threema application is constantly being improved through further development.
When 2 things that I like come together: Go Danny, go Cortana!
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In this article, I’ll share information that will help you get up to speed on the new universal Windows app capabilities found in Visual Studio 2013, including templates, languages, APIs, compilers, different approaches for code sharing, and considerations when updating platform-specific apps to universal Windows apps.
Interesting market data from Y&R Group Switzerland under Media Use Index 2014.
BTW, in the PDF you also find the following graph on Phone OS market share (Go WP, the 10% bar is close!):
“IT likes Microsoft and likes Windows. They’ve made a lot of investment in things like Active Directory and Exchange and as a result they have a lot of interest in seeing Windows Phone used by employees. I don’t think anyone is going to be all Windows on mobile, but enterprises do want it and I think they have a strong opportunity when it comes to the enterprise side of purchase decisions,” said Szafranski.