Windows Phone has a smaller selection of apps available to users than Android or iOS, but the average quality is exceptionally high. As the platform becomes more popular, the range of apps will increase and hopefully the quality will remain as high, or even higher, than it is now. Here are few apps that prove the worth of the platform.
Mobile news reading has become a boom area with solutions like Flip board and Pulse taking many of the headlines, but Waves is up there the very best. Lots of example content is built in to the app and you could in theory your news every day with just the sites that are pre loaded. This app and UI are breathtaking.
The tile system employed by Windows Phone has started lots of debates over its usefulness. Some say that it hides too much, others beleive it to be too simplistic. AppoinTile cleverly uses the tile system to offer immediate information to the user as soon as they turn on their phone. You appointments are sensitively displayed using the tiles to their full effect. This app is ideal for anyone who needs to be organized.
Like AppoinTile, TileMemo also uses the tile formate to full effect. It is, however, very easy to describe what it does-you can write a memo immediately in a tile and it will be displayed on the front screen. That’s it, but this is all you want a memo app to do right? Its all about the speed.
There are many Navigation apps for Windows Phone. But if you buy in just 5 euro, you grt onboard maps, driving and walking directions, routes calculated using time, distance and traffic data, and an interface that fits the operating system perfectly.
Bank Account Manager:
Managing your money when mobile offers many advantages; you can transactions as soon as they are made and you will always have an up to date view of your current financial situation so that you can be sure that the purchases you make are viable. Account Manager leverges the simplicity of the Windows Phone interface well to make money management feel much complex than previously.