Windows Phone 7 App Roundup 10 May 2011


In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. The apps we have this week are mostly free games with a free music app that lets you play many different instruments. 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.

Virtual Instruments – A free application


Virtual Instruments will turn any novice music lover into a full fledge rock and roll star. That might be a bit of an exaggeration but you will be able to play many different instruments directly on your Windows Phone 7 smartphone. There are even a few tutorial songs that will teach you how to play various well known classics.


Flow – A free application


Flow is a simple yet addictive puzzle game. The object of the game is to connect the various colored dots by tracing a path to the other corresponding colored dot without blocking the path for the other colors. As the levels progress more colors are added to increase the challenge.


Popit – A free application


Try to pop as many balloons in the fun progression game Popit. The object of the game is to get the highest score possible while avoiding the birds.


Ultra Fill – A free application


Ultra Fill is similar to the classic Jezzball game with a little twist. Occupy as much space with the various shapes and trap the balls before your lives are diminished. Take up at least 75 percent of the playing area to move on to the next round.


Enigmo – Trial and $2.99 full version


Enigmo is a fun Xbox Live puzzle game in which you must position various objects to deflect and move the flowing particles. Earn bonuses by completing the challenge quickly and using less objects.


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