However,they have got a strong user community down here in Australia. At the beginning, the site started out as a Australian broadband community site but now it has covered everything from Smartphones to ISPs. It’s the place where we all go to solve our problems with the ISP when the official customer service fails to do so. That means experimental apps, such as those are under development but is ready for alpha or beta testing, or those with private or native APIs that would not be permitted into the Windows Phone Marketplace can be loaded, using nothing more than a USB cable. That is quite convenient and feasible.
The tool can also reverse the unlocking process, change the developing track and put the WP7 handset back into its original state.
Most major ISP’s has official representatives on the forum to keep tabs on what the customers are saying and talking about them. Now there is an unofficial application for Windows Phone users of the site. International users feel free to drop by we wont bite .. ( most of the time is does like this,but not always )
WM Reader is an unofficial client of the popular Aussie forum Whirlpool. It enables you to read your favourite forum in an elegant WhoPho7 way which renders your confortable experience!You can really have a try if you want!
Update:v1.1- Add new sharing options- Change thread layout- Bug fix
Disclaimer: This application has no close relationship with Whirlpool.net.au. Whirlpool.net.au is copyrighted and developed by Simon Wright.Don’t be hesitate!