Remember when those of you who wanted to load applications that couldn’t make it through the Windows Phone Marketplace’s red tape released a tool that allowed anyone to unlock their device and install applications not in the marketplace? They’re coming back and this time it’s Microsoft approved.
“As announced on the Windows Phone Dev Podcast, we will soon be launching an approved Windows Phone unlocking service as part of ChevronWP7 Labs. This will be available to developers across all skill levels and all regions.”
Sadly the only other details we have are that the service will cost end users a little quid, but we’ve no word yet on just how much. No doubt this is going to make a lot of people happy, ourselves included. We just keep dreaming of a Gameboy Color emulator.