The other day I mentioned that I was working with Windows Phone to review their Windows Phone 8.
I also hinted at a really fun giveaway that you are going to love!
The Windows Phone 8 centers around you so it is easy to personalize your phone just the way you like it.
Featuring Live Tiles, Kid’s Corner, SkyDrive, and Live Apps, with your finger, you can simply hold a tile to reposition it where ever on the screen you like, resize it, or remove it.
I have to tell you that my start screen scrolls for a good long while as I keep adding new Live Tiles to the front based on whatever I’m doing that day!
I’ve been using my Windows Phone 8 for a little over a month and truly love the Live Tiles feature since I can totally customize them around me. Friends and family that I interact with the most have custom tiles so that I can quickly interact with them for calls, emails, and messages. It’s like having all of my friends with me all day long!
One of my favorite features is the Me Live Tile. I use it as my personal hub of information for my updates on Twitter, Facebook, email and more.
While a few of my favorite apps from my iPhone aren’t available for the Windows Phone 8 yet, there are new apps created all the time!
Now, about that giveaway.
Windows Phone 8 is giving TWO Windows Phones to one lucky member of the Add a Pinch family. One for you to keep and one for you to share!
Here’s how you enter:
Create your own How We Met story about how you met someone special.
Then head back to this post and leave a comment that you did, including a link to your story.
Giveaway ends Friday, February 8th at 11:59 PM Eastern. The winner will be announced sometime on Saturday.
Open to US residents only.
Congratulations to Amy Tong! Loved your How We Met story!
Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Windows Phone 8. Two Windows Phone 8 devices will be provided by Windows Phone 8. Services, such as cell phone and data services are not included in the giveaway. As always, all opinions and text are my own.
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