Anyways - the 1.2.0 version linked above is almost 3 weeks old. That's almost an entire era for this library. Make sure to try the most recent version that includes a transition frame (AlternativeFrame), WaitForImagesToLoad extension and more improvements.
Funny stuff, but after Windows Mobile 6.5, the Windows Phone 7 is actually not a Windows Phone 7, but a Windows Phone and KIN is another Windows Phone, but not a Windows Phone 7 and not a Microsoft Phone... errr... did I get that right?
I am wondering if this is one of those cases when Microsoft's strategy (or is it the market?) drives multiple teams to work on similar projects, then these projects sometimes merge, sometimes some eventually get cancelled or they all die.
Anyways, it looks pretty cool. I join in on the question if you will be able to develop apps for the KIN the same way you do it for Windows Phone? Or is it back to the original problem - is this another OS or is it just a Windows Phone with a different UI
theme - the type of thing Microsoft was supposed to fight in WinMo phone manufacturers by introducing this new Windows Phone...
EDIT: I could not see Apps/Games section in the Zune app on this phone, so it could be either elsewhere or not there at all.