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Apps are software you download from the official marketplace. Use the tag when you are looking for one that will solve a specific problem.

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That's reserved for apps with characters not in the phone's native language, as described here. …
answered Oct 30 '15 by RareNCool
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If an app is too large (over 50 MB, I believe) you must use Wi-Fi to download it. There is no way to use mobile data. You can either find somewhere that offers Wi-Fi, or create a hotspot from another …
answered Sep 4 '15 by RareNCool
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The only way to contact a developer is by giving a review (which, by the way, is not necessarily a bad option), or if the app has an option to contact the developer.
answered Mar 2 '15 by RareNCool
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Unfortunately you cannot currently do this. The settings page you mentioned is so that apps can handle links related to their function (e.g. Readit might handle reddit.com or myTube might handle …
answered Dec 1 '16 by RareNCool
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Unfortunately this isn't possible for the user to do. I think that devs may be able to make their apps do this, but I'm not 100% sure. …
answered Jan 13 '16 by RareNCool
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First off, I'd make sure that paid downloads are allowed in the My Family settings, just in case. Otherwise you'll have to do a reset and set up the phone with a different account. This issue is fixed …
answered Feb 4 '16 by RareNCool
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If you are willing to work with some bugs, this might be an option. Personally, though, like @RowlandShaw, I use IE. EDIT: The app I linked to has been officially released, so the bugs shouldn't be a …
answered Jan 29 '15 by RareNCool
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If you use Visual Studio 2013 Express for Windows, then attempt to deploy the app to your phone, it should automatically take you through getting a license for free. Note that this will only work for deploying apps directly from your PC, not publishing them to the app store. …
answered Dec 2 '14 by RareNCool
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I wouldn't recommend starting on Windows Phone, since that's dead. Instead go for Windows 10 UWP apps. You will need Windows 10 to do this. Here are some points I'd start with. Get a developer …
answered Oct 21 '15 by RareNCool