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Jul 12

Upon request I have created a light weight Windows Phone 7 application and published it to marketplace. The app is called PinCodeKeeper and it’s purpose is to store and keep your pin codes in scrambled images so that you in a safe and quick way can see your pin codes.

During the process of developing and publishing the WP7 app I have written some articles explaining each steps from the very beginning and till the app was published.

The PinCodeKeeper app is available on Windows Phone Marketplace in English, German and Norwegian. You can download it by clicking the image below or follow this link: http://social.zune.net/redirect?type=phoneApp&id=643b1f1b-359c-e011-986b-78e7d1fa76f8

Below you find links to all articles written about the PinCodeKeeper app and it will take you on a journey from zero to marketplace.

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    Thanks!

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