How to: Port your iPhone app to Windows Mobile

A question for the readers:
Did you ever want to port your favorite iPhone apps to your Windows Mobile phone?

I guess not, typically iPhone users don't have a WinMo phone, but here's another question, this time for the developers who are reading the MobileSpoon:
Did you ever want to make a few extra bulks by porting a popular iPhone app to Windows Mobile?

I guess the answer to that would be yes: so just because I care about you, here's a link to a tutorial explaining how to port an iPhone app to Windows Mobile. Enjoy!

Porting the Amplitude Application from the iPhone to a Windows Mobile Device – a Case Study 

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Parrotlover77 said…
From what I've read, it is very difficult to make money on the iPhone from the appstore due to a multitude of reasons, not the least of which is the "race to the bottom" for cost.  On the other hand, you need to sell far fewer WM units of an app to make the same money.  So.... it's probably a pretty good business decision for a company to do the conversion, if they have the funds, time, and the faith that WM will rebound as the economy does (I do!!!).