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Home Team App to Let You Search for Local Service Providers on the Exclusive Windows Phone App

Home Team App to Let You Search for Local Service Providers

If you are looking for a supplier who can easily set up custom kitchen cabinets, then your wait is over. Microsoft Corporation has launched a new app called Home Team App which is a Windows Phone service offered by Microsoft Garage. Using this app you can find local service providers based on reviews from friends and family, rather than rely on general public reviews. Currently the app is available in Windows Phone only, and not being available to the vast users of Android and iPhone. This might be a strategic decision by Microsoft to limit this app to the Windows Phone, as the other apps including Send, and Next Screen are available on other platforms.

You can also recommend the service professionals you know, to your friends, family and co-workers. Windows Phone still lacks behind in terms of number of applications on the other two stores. The app does promise to bring in a lot of help in home care, but will it be a success is a question that only time can answer.  You can download the app from the Windows Store here.

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Home Team App to Let You Search for Local Service Providers on the Exclusive Windows Phone App
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Home Team App to Let You Search for Local Service Providers on the Exclusive Windows Phone App
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Microsoft Corporation has launched a new app called Home Team App which is a Windows Phone service offered by Microsoft Garage.
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Ahad Shah
Abdul Ahad Shah belongs to D.I. Khan, Pakistan and is an Electrical Engineer by profession. He likes to play cricket and badminton. Learning about gadgets is something he loves.
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