Windows Phone 7 App Roundup 8 Feb 2011


In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. The apps we have chosen this week will keep you entertained, tune that instrument or voice, or create masterful works of art. 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.

Draw – Lite and $0.99 full


Draw is a simple drawing application that has a multitude of tools and effects. Just swipe your finger across the screen to create a beautiful piece of art. In the event that your picture is just a piece,shake the WP7 device to start over.


YourTuner – Trial and $1.99 full


YourTuner is a great app for anyone that is musically inclined. Find that perfect pitch with your voice, or tune that heavy metal guitar. There are many instruments preprogramed into the app as well as the option to change the hertz of each note. The trial version only allows an A to be tuned.


Bubble Jump – A free application


Bubble Jump is a simple survival game in which you must use the accelerometer to steer the character into the direct line of bubbles. Avoid those heavy objects and be precise in your jumps, because one small mistake could have you starting over.


iBlast Moki – Trial and $2.99 full


iBlast Moki is a really fun and challenging puzzle game. The object of the game is to propel your Moki using a bomb into the swirling vortex. The timer may be set on the bombs to trigger an exact chain reaction to blast the Moki through multiple obstacles.


Revenants – Trial and $2.99 full


Revenants is a unique game in which you must create vortexes by drawing a complete circle on the floor and encapsulating the enemies. When all of the enemies are extinguished, you move on to the next level. The more points that are scored the faster the levels come.


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