What is good about Mango-Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft?

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Mango is the name of new Windows Phone 7. What will be the good credit to its user by using cellphone with this OS? What is the difference of this OS from other?

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What is good about Mango-Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft?

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Hello Friend,

Mango has good features over other application like blackberry and android in a way that mango is unique, full of speedy, unified updates, plentiful applications, great games and brilliant hardware.

Besides mango has a integration of the premium social network ,mango has a people hub which enables you to partition your contacts as you see it fit.

Besides mango has an option for sky drive where there is streams of music to choose your desired one.

Mango unifies messaging systems in one place, this is done automatically like face book chat, text, window live.

Mango does multi task that helps it not slip into the void and to switch between applications and pick up where the applications have stopped. No need of restarting.

Mango has internet explorer integration; new mango will be able to support HTML5 and the rest of the wares.

Mango is long waited and it will be an additional to windows Phone 7 a formidable competitor for Apple and Android.

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What is good about Mango-Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft?

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Thanks Zalvahegracie for your question. If you want my opinion I would say it is something unique. But according to internet its operating system is not as popular as iOS 5 or Android 4.0 (ice-cream sandwich). Though its user can give some credit for malware protection. Where Android 4.0 is susceptible to malware.   It is also social media friendly. Because, it helps you to enjoy all the feature of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn. It also has XBOX Live for social gaming and for them who loves MS office it is good news. Because it supports MS office mobile.

 

On the other hand, it has some limitation. Such as, it has no book store for its own and it only has 30000 apps where iOS has a collection of half million.

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Microsoft windows phone 7.5 otherwise known as mango is reliable and easy to use. Windows phone 7 mango refresh brings forward with it an enhanced list of fixes and features and all that one desires but how easy is it in action and use?
 
The best part of windows mobile operating system is the simply great but far from the antiseptic metro interface which is so convincing and attractive that Microsoft has taken it to both windows 8 and Xbox 360. You can also get together a group of people who you can then text in and chit chat with or even track on Twitter and Facebook in a gist all at one go. Folders from your email artists albums songs, movies or the new smart DJ playlists in short everything that comes in your hip hop entertainment list without even changing the way the start screen words, Microsoft has made it more useful and compatible and more pliant for personalisation. Many enhancing and mind blowing new features new group features helps you make sense of busy social networks and a great feeling of course.
 
Multitasking. It's full of people-centric and breathtaking features that make it simply easier to stay in touch with friends and family and coworkers to communicate and share ideas regarding every precept of life at any time.
 
It's even easier to use than what we know as Android. My favorite new mango feature is the most exciting new groups option in the people Hubi does not use Facebook because I find it overwhelming or interesting, well its because windows phone mango makes me want to use Facebook again and again and all over again. It's safe and great to say mango is the most Facebook oriented OS available in the U. S. But mango definitely isn't just about Facebook. It's a lot more.
 

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