Zedge, the popular app that provides free, high quality ringtones, wallpapers and games discovery, is now available on Windows Phone 8. The Zedge app can be downloaded free from the Windows Phone Store. With nearly 100 million installs worldwide, Zedge is the leading destination for free mobile wallpapers and ringtones. Zedge provides an optimal user experience on Windows Phone 8, making browsing and downloading new content quick, fun and intuitive. “We are excited to be collaborating with Microsoft to provide Windows Phone users with millions of new ways to express themselves on their handsets,” said Tom Arnoy, Zedge CEO and co-founder. “Introduction of the Zedge app for Windows Phone marks an important step in our global expansion, and introduces the Zedge brand to many potential new users.” About Zedge Zedge is the destination for anyone who wants a simple and fun way to find and download free ringtones, wallpapers and games. Zedge’s app, available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone, boasts close to 100 million downloads and has been among the Top 20 most popular apps in the Google Play store for the last three years and counting. Zedge’s reach and popularity allow the company to offer advertisers, game developers, musicians, and artists a scalable, non-incentivized, user acquisition platform on a global basis. Zedge's investors include IDT Corporation (NYSE: IDT) – www.idt.net – and Shaman II. For more information, please visit the Zedge web site at www.zedge.net, follow Zedge on Facebook at www.facebook.com/officialzedge or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/zedge.
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