Windows Phone 7 App Roundup 26 Apr 2011


In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will entertain, create a panorama from your photos, and listen to practically any radio station from around the world. 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 smartphone just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to that app.

Radio Hum – A free application


Even though many Windows Phone 7 smartphones are unable to access their built in FM radio receivers, there are other options to listen to local and worldwide radio broadcasts. With Radio Hub you can search for cities, styles of music, and even browse through countries to find something to listen to.


Urban Dictionary – A free application


Decipher unknown phrases and acronyms on the fly with the Urban Dictionary app. View the phase of the day, random lingo, and even the most popular of all time and this current year.


Ztitch – A lite and $0.99 full version


Create a dome of your panorama photos using Ztitch. Just snap some photos and rearrange them using the Ztitch app to share with friends or whoever. In the near future there will be options to take photos directly inside the app itself.


Super Monkey Ball – Trial and $4.99 full version


This classic Sega game is now available on the Windows Phone 7 Xbox Live lineup. Maneuver the small monkey in the ball through the challenging levels with the accelerometer. Be careful not to fall off the edges or run out of time. Collect all of the bananas to earn more lives and achievements.


Chain Reaction – A free application


Chain Reaction is a simple and addictive game. The object of the game is to select a point on the screen to cause an explosion, when other spheres collide with the explosion it triggers a Chain Reaction in which more points are scored. If you are able to get enough spheres to collide the next level is unlocked. Hopefully in the future there are more levels.


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