CEO of Windows Phone's developer criticizes Microsoft for letting down its loyal customers

Source: Xinhua| 2017-11-19 16:47:54|Editor: liuxin
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SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) -- The boss of one of the Windows Phone's best developers has slammed U.S. software giant Microsoft for destroying the dreams of loyal customers of the platform, media reports said Saturday.

The CEO of Game Troopers, which is known for its creations of popular iOS and Android games such as Tiny Troopers and Overkill series years ago, said Microsoft's mobile strategy was entirely wrong and basically destroyed every chance of its mobile push to succeed.

"Microsoft has done a lot of bad things with Windows Phone, from a commercial point of view, the way they treated very loyal developers like Game Troopers and how the company tried to attract others. These were all wrong," Game Troopers CEO Jesus Bosch said in a recent interview with a Spanish news outlet.

As more and more users and developers are switching to Android or iOS, some loyal Windows Phone customers can't get over the death of the Microsoft platform without complaining about Microsoft's failure.

Windows Phones have almost been dead since Microsoft recently announced that it has no plans to ship new features or hardware for its mobile operating system, according to those reports.