We are happy to be joined by Gage Castillo on this episode of the MS Mobile Show.
Gage is freelance web developer, big fan of HTML5 along with Microsoft’s browsers IE and Edge, Windows and Windows Phone/Mobile developer and just reinstalled Windows 10 on a new SSD just to record this podcast with us.
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Tip of the Episode
Get online and social accounts for your children set up early if possible
- New Insider builds
- Microsoft Hub and Wordflow keyboards on iOS
- Arrow Launcher has been available on Android for awhile now as have the Hub keyboard and the Wordflow keyboard is reportedly on its way as well
- App Picks
- Vernon – 6Tag by Rudy Hyun
- David – Todoist
- Gage – Office Lens
- Music Picks
- Vernon – Fight Song by Rachel Platten
- David – Smooth McGroove
- Gage – Schoolboy Q – Groovy Tony, Metallica Remastered – Kill Em All and Ride the Lightning
- Podcast and/or other Picks
- Vernon – All About Windows Phone with Steve Litchfield and Rafe Blandford
- Gage – Radiolab Podcast
- Staw Wars or Star Trek? – Vote Here on the Straw app
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