AmazonFresh Lets You Order Groceries From Your Windows Phone

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If you live in Seattle and use a Windows Phone 7 handset, you're one of about 40,000 people that can take advantage of Amazon's new AmazonFresh mobile application [Windows Marketplace].

AmazonFresh is the retailer's grocery delivery service. It's only available in Seattle and only available on the Windows Phone platform as a native app. iPhone owners can order through a mobile-optimized web page, but what fun is that. The free Windows Phone app was developed by Metia/Seattle and lets you place grocery orders directly from your phone. Sweet. [Geekwire via Microsoft]


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I love how Microsoft has to show the whole screen to help explain why the hell everything is cut off on one screen and what the hell you are looking at. AMAZ would look silly without the rest of the explained side scrolling information. Such an UI fail.