Top 20 NuGet Windows Phone Packages

FilePicker Plugin for Xamarin and Windows Simple cross-platform plug-in that allows Pick files, save files and open the archive application standards.
Shim expands the ability to create Portable Class Libraries from .NET legacy code by providing reduced or dummy implementations of .NET Framework classes that are not represented in PCL.
The official Parse.com Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, and Xamarin SDK. Add a cloud backend to your Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and Xamarin apps with this simple to use SDK.
Detect Motion Sensors Vector Value changes for: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer. Across iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Windows from a single API.
Several useful extension methods for the .Net Random class
Part of Twitter Fabric, Answers is real-time mobile analytics that you don't need to analyze. It was created to make understanding your user base incredibly simple -- so you can spend your time building amazing experiences in your product, not digging through data.
Part of Twitter Fabric, Crashlytics offers the most powerful, yet lightest weight crash reporting solution for iOS. Crashlytics also provides real-time analytics through Answers and app distributions to testers using Beta.
Simplify opening SQLite databases for cross-platform .Net projects
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OxyPlot is a plotting library for .NET. This package includes a portable library for Xamarin.Forms apps and platform-specific libraries for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
Voice Elements makes it easy to build both traditional phone applications and WebRTC applications which provide all the functionality of your phone right into your browser. This allows you use any .NET language to bring your voice applications to life.
A small, simple event aggregator implementation for .NET, SL, WP7, WP8, WinRT, Mono and Unity3d.
These extension methods for SQLitePCL.raw provide a more usable API while remaining stylistically similar to the sqlite3 C API, which most C# developers would consider 'ugly'. This package exists for people who (1) really like the sqlite3 C API, and (2) really like C#. So far, evidence suggests th...
This 'batteries-included' bundle brings in SQLitePCLRaw.core and the necessary stuff for certain common use cases. Call SQLitePCL.Batteries.Init(). Policy of this bundle: .no SQLite library included, uses winsqlite3.dll
A SQLitePCL.raw 'provider' bridges the gap between SQLitePCLRaw.core and a particular instance of the native SQLite library. Install this package in your app project and call SQLitePCL.raw.SetProvider(new SQLitePCL.SQLite3Provider_e_sqlite3()); Depending on the platform, you may also need to add o...
A SQLitePCL.raw 'provider' bridges the gap between SQLitePCLRaw.core and a particular instance of the native SQLite library. Install this package in your app project and call SQLitePCL.raw.SetProvider(new SQLitePCL.SQLite3Provider_sqlite3_xamarin()); Depending on the platform, you may also need to...
A SQLitePCL.raw 'provider' bridges the gap between SQLitePCLRaw.core and a particular instance of the native SQLite library. Install this package in your app project and call SQLitePCL.raw.SetProvider(new SQLitePCL.SQLite3Provider_winsqlite3()); Depending on the platform, you may also need to add ...
A SQLitePCL.raw 'provider' bridges the gap between SQLitePCLRaw.core and a particular instance of the native SQLite library. Install this package in your app project and call SQLitePCL.raw.SetProvider(new SQLitePCL.SQLite3Provider_winsqlite3()); Depending on the platform, you may also need to add ...
A SQLitePCL.raw 'provider' bridges the gap between SQLitePCLRaw.core and a particular instance of the native SQLite library. Install this package in your app project and call SQLitePCL.raw.SetProvider(new SQLitePCL.SQLite3Provider_sqlite3()); Depending on the platform, you may also need to add one...
A SQLitePCL.raw 'provider' bridges the gap between SQLitePCLRaw.core and a particular instance of the native SQLite library. Install this package in your app project and call SQLitePCL.raw.SetProvider(new SQLitePCL.SQLite3Provider_sqlite3()); Depending on the platform, you may also need to add one...