We are still keeping an eye on Windows Phone market penetration ( http://wmpoweruser.com/statcounter-data-shows-windows-phone-overtaking-blackberry-in-us-by -november-2012/ ) to determine when and if we will create a device client specifically for it.
Our question to you and others about it - would your majority use case be synchronized browsing, or do you make much use of screenshots and remote inspection?
I am also interested in Windows Phone development.
To answer your question, it is mainly for synchronized browsing, but remote inspection is very interesting to have at our disposal.
We are also interested in this. I have been trialing Edge Inspect against GhostLab and I do prefer Edge Inspect as once it is setup it feels much more fluid to me, but in order to use all the devices on our testing station we need a Windows Phone/Tablet integration. For us browser sync would be the priority. Is there any update on progress with your Windows phone integration? Thanks
I have a need, too. Priorities: 1. browser sync 2. remote inspection 3. screenshots
Yes We are waiting for Edge Inspector for Windows phone.