Windows Phone 7 App Roundup 25 Jan 2011


In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will entertain, find that next place to live, and share photos. To download these apps directly to your WP7 device, just click on the title of the application and the Zune software will automatically launch to the app in Marketplace. If you have the free Microsoft Tag app installed on your WP7 device just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to that app.

Electric Beams – A free application


Electric Beams is a unique puzzle game in which you must aim the beams at the light bulbs on the grid to activate them. There are many levels and some are quite difficult.


Ice Ball – A free application


Ice Ball is Jezzball clone that was included on early build of Windows. The object of the game is to isolate each ball or group of balls into a progressively smaller square. When a certain percentage of the playing area is covered you move onto the next level with more balls.


Swipy Man – A free application


Swipy Man is a difficult game in which you must swing your Swipy Man onto a platform by cutting his rope. You are allowed three lives and with each failed landing you die. The object of the game is to get the highest score possible.


Photobucket – A free application


Photobucket is one of the easiest to use photo sharing sites. Now you can have that same ease in the palm of your hand with the Photobucket WP7 app. Upload your photos or videos on the fly. Search through the entire Photobucket public server to find other great snapshots.

photobuckettag – A free application

realtor will help you find that next place to live, or compare prices of adjacent homes. The app is capable of locating surrounding houses for sale as well as open houses. If you are a renter, you will enjoy this app as well because it shows many rental properties.


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