Nokia seemed to get a raw end of the deal with Microsoft, with the once popular mobile phone device now looking like disappearing. For Microsoft and its mobile Windows based operating system, it means a change of thinking and direction
A question, however, is how often does Microsoft need to reinvent the Windows Smartphone to get it right? A change in tact has been to release versions of popular and known software Microsoft Office on iOS and Android. Despite Windows opening up its products to different platforms, a big problem that Windows OS’s have is a lack of developer and app support. Microsoft can put their apps on to other iOS or Android, but customers don’t seem to want to use a Microsoft platform, except on the PC or laptop.