Illium eWallet coming to Windows phone 7

We have posted recently that Phatware has not decided to support Windows Phone 7 yet, which is of course very disappointing for users who have their data locked into their app.

eWallet users will therefore be ecstatic to hear that Illium is much more convinced of the worth of Microsoft’s new platform and the need to carry on supporting their users into the future.

They write on their blog:

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With the official Windows Phone 7 announcement going out yesterday, I wanted to let you know that we’re working on a version of eWallet for Microsoft’s new mobile OS! eWallet for Windows Phone 7 is designed to perfectly fit the look and feel of the new OS. It takes the best features of eWallet and adapts them to Window Phone 7’s unique interface.

If you’ve gotten your hands on a Windows Phone 7 device, you know that Microsoft has created a really compelling OS. I know a lot of people had their doubts, but I have to say that Microsoft pulled out all the stops on this. The end results are devices that are really exciting to design software for.

Unfortunately, I can’t offer much more at this stage – you’ll have to wait for the official release for that – but I did include a screenshot below to give you a little hint of what we’re working on!

Keep an eye on their blog here for the latest developments, and of course on our site to see if your favourite Windows Mobile app is making the jump to Windows Phone 7.

Via MobilityDigest and JAMM

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