One of the toughest perceptions Windows Phone has to fight against is that the OS has â€œno appsâ€ or certainly nothing of note.
Nokia Hong Kong is attacking this idea head-on in a very interesting manner. They have taken the best apps in Marketplace and made them rather physical, in the form of â€œtrading cardsâ€ which contain details about the app, its â€œfun ratingsâ€ and other features and a QRcode which can be scanned with Bing vision and will allow apps to be installed easily.
The cards are meant for sales people selling the phones, and are divided into categories like social, games, Music and video etc., allowing the salesman to easily demonstrate the range of apps in Marketplace to prospective buyers.
It sounds like a great idea to bring over to the rest of the world.
See more examples at WeloveWP.hk here.