My LockScreen, developed by BrilliantVision, is undoubtedly a good Windows Phone lock screen app. However, this app is only for Windows Phone 8, which already has lock screen options baked into the OS itself. Would have made much more sense if only BrilliantVision had the vision to develop one for Windows Phone 7 too that is currently devoid of built-in lock screen customizations.
ignoring the Windows Phone 7 platform is definitely not setting a good precedent for things to come in the next 4 months. What say you? Well, Microsoft has to be blamed for this platform confusion.
Update: Andy Stumpp of BrilliantVision has responded on the Windows Phone 7 development:
Of course, I’m currently working on a WP7 version 🙂 The only thing is that WP7 does not allow setting the lock screen automatically from an app. But WP7 users could get nice collages anyway 🙂
It’s developers like Andy that keep the Windows Phone 7 platform alive and kicking!