Zune is a Microsoft brand of digital media player software that runs on Windows machines. It is also the media software for the Windows Phone mobile operating system. Windows Phone runs on mobile devices with a 4-point multi-touch screen that is also capacitive and has 480×800 WVGA resolution. They must also have an ARM v7 Cortex/Scorpion Snapdragon, a GPU that is capable of rendering DirectX9 and an FM radio tuner. There must also be 256MB of RAM, 4GB+ of flash memory, Assisted GPS, an accelerometer, a proximity sensor and an ambient light sensor. Additionally, Windows Phone mobile devices must have Start, back, search, volume, power/sleep and 2-stage camera dedicated hardware buttons and optionally a gyroscope, a compass and a front-facing camera.
While using Zune on your Windows Phone mobile device, you can also do many other things. You can browse for English bull dog puppies and scrapbooking stickers on the web and buy Carlos Santana hats and baseball equipment. Why not send text messages about Nike NFL jerseys and your favorite search engine optimization company? You can contact the people you know on social networking sites concerning mens belts and body wrap. Or use the dedicated search feature to look for a paid survey or a new bowling shirt, or perhaps baby bedding as a personalized gift. Read and send emails about Western wear and promotional products. Use the Microsoft Office Mobile suite to write about plus size lingerie and customer support software.
Features of Windows Phone Mobile Devices
Microsoft Office applications, or apps, and documents are organized using the Office hub feature. Microsoft Office Mobile and other versions of Microsoft Office are inter-operable for both viewing and editing. Apps can be kept running in the background as well. Media like music and videos can be played on Windows Phone mobile devices and stored on the device are on personal computers accessed via a wireless connection. You can of course use Zune on your mobile device. Music, video and podcasts can be accessed, as well as pictures. Photo albums can be viewed, and further photos can be taken using the mobile device’s built-in camera. Custom ringtones are also available, as smartphones are common Windows Phone mobile devices.
You can also play games on Windows Phone mobile devices. Xbox Live can also be used both on an Xbox game console and on your mobile device, with the inter-operable ability to message your Xbox Live friends. There is also live multi-player turn-based gaming on Windows Phone mobile devices with various games available and plans for real-time multi-player gaming in the future. There is also text messaging with an on-screen virtual keyboard, instant messaging, voice recognition message composition and message reading, emoticons, spell checking, word prediction and word editing.
Web browsing is available using Internet Explorer Mobile. There are lists of your favorite web pages and multiple tabs loadable in parallel in the browser. You can also use multi-touch gestures, in/out zoom animations, web page picture saves, web page sharing and in-line search support. Video streaming ability is also planned. Additionally, you can import your contacts from social networking sites like LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Windows Live Contacts. Application launching, contact calling and web searching can also be performed via voice recognition.