Kicking off this week's summary is WPCentral's Back to Work/School sale where you can save 10% on all mobile accessories! Our Dave Blake returns with this weeks top picks from our Windows Phone forum, while Paul Acevedo interviews Ska Studios, makers of Z0MB1ES. Check out the summary after the break.
A while back we took a quick look at AppFlow, which provides a new way to browse apps on the Marketplace. It has since been updated to version 2.0, which brings with it a number of features and improvements thanks to the amount of feedback accumulated.
So what's new?
Here's some interesting news surrounding SkyDrive. The growing service has seen increased usage through Windows Phone, Office and soon-to-be apps for iOS and Android. Microsoft have been continuously pushing it to rival competitive storage solutions and are now reported to be planning unlimited storage.
Following the Rugby World Cup? Why not check out the official RWC 2011 app for Windows Phone? Featuring an interesting Metro design, the app allows users to access live commentary and coverage of matches, statistics and video highlights. The latest news and videos are also available for viewing to keep up-to-date.
Love Windows Phone? Want it to go as far as a platform can go? You can now make a small difference by voting in the IDEA 2011: People's Choice Award, which Windows Phone is entered. simply tick the box and fire in your submission. This small act could prove to become invaluable positive coverage for the platform.
We continue our Xbox Live Developer Interview series by speaking with James Silva of Ska Studios. James and his partner/fiancée Michelle Juett are currently finishing up the Windows Phone-exclusive collection Z0MB1ES (on teh phone). Join us as we hit them up for details on that game as well as their Xbox 360 brawler, Charlie Murder.
Head past the break for the full interview and exclusive Z0MB1ES (on teh phone) screenshots.