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Microsoft wants to convert your Android or iPhone into a Windows Phone and all you have to do it go to this link while on your mobile internet browser and away you go. Once you enter the webpage you will be able to run your Android or iPhone as a Windows Phone device with a basic user experience; make calls, emails, messages, scheduling, contacts, and nearby search. While the experience is much different from my Android phone, I can say that it was a welcomed change that I wouldn't mind using more often. I enjoyed the Metro UI and the look/feel of the live tiles on my 4.3 inch screen.  Will this change the minds of die-hard Android or iPhone users? Possibly not, but I do believe that the average smartphone user (such as me) should definitely take a look at a Windows Phone when it comes time for an upgrade.

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