Nokia is by far the biggest player in the Windows Phone 8 game. However, the Finns doesn’t seem to be too happy with the progress of the latest version of the platform.
In an interview with International Business Times, Nokia’s Vice President of App development, Bryan Biniak has expressed his disappointment over the Microsoft’s approach in developing the Windows Phone operating system. Mr. Bryan feels that the platform is running out of time to make a big impact.
The lack of apps for Windows Phone seems to be the major concern for the Nokia’s Vice President. He says that “if there is an app that somebody cares about that’s not there, that’s a missed opportunity of a sale”.
Although, Nokia has some of the best smartphones in the market like the Lumia 1020 and Lumia 920 with great hardware, the fact that it runs on a slowly developing eco-system hasn’t helped the company’s cause. Biniak feels that “without apps, the hardware is useless”.
Check out the source link below for the complete interview.