Conduit has a simple tool for mobilizing blogs and turning them into native apps on iPhone, Android and Blackberry, all without any coding.
They have now announced the tool also supports Windows Phone 7, allowing users to easily create apps for their blogs, a must-have these days.
Their tool automatically sucks in content from RSS feeds, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and a variety of other sources, and produces fast native code for the appropriate platform.
â€œThe Conduit solution grants anyone the ability to create a Windows Phone app â€“ even if they donâ€™t have a technical background or coding knowledge,â€ said Ori Lavie, VP Mobile Strategy in Conduit. â€œConduit believes in enabling content owners to engage with their target audience over all web and mobile platforms. Working with Microsoft enables us to offer even more options to content owners using our platform. We believe that our joint efforts with Microsoft will rapidly grow the quantity and quality of Windows Phone apps in the Marketplace,â€ he concluded.
Their tool allows users to submit apps to Marketplace, and analyse the usage of the app, and even monetize the app using built-in ads.
Conduit Mobile enables content owners to move their content to Windows Phone apps quickly, simply, and at no cost.
Read more about the tool at Conduits here.