Here are picks for top Four Best Window Phone Apps for of the month!
Undeniably, everyone needs to eat and loves the pleasure of food. Especially, when we are in a strange large city, it is our common problem to look for the best meal to satisfy your starve.
Thankfully, in the mobile age, there are digital sages available to you. Eat is one such sage. This app is available in Sydney and Melbourne. It was based on the Deck of Secrets food guides, which are decks of cards that list the very best places to dine in a given city.
The app version is, of course, handier than the original card format. You can see what restaurants are nearby, read a review, and make a reservation at the one that takes your fancy. The app will then guide you on your way, so you don’t have to worry about getting lost.
The lack of a “browse by suburb” view or refined categories are a little downside, but the information is great, and you can be sure that you’ll never stumble across a bad meal again.
It also offers Drink apps, which tell you all the best places to drink.
Graphic.ly is a social network meets comic book store, and they now have a Windows Phone 7 app available.
Comics range from free to US$1.99 and the most compelling feature besides the massive back catalogue, hardware accelerated deep zooming, or thumbnail navigation is the ability to leave public comments about specific panels.
Graphic.ly compares itself to the couch in the middle of the comic book store, only this couch has hundreds of thousands of comic book fans on it.
Poynt combines location awareness with local directory listings. It started rolling out Australian data last October.
Poynt differentiates itself with Google Maps as it deals more in-depth features, like the ability to watch movie trailers and read reviews before booking movie tickets, and local weather forecasts.
You can also search nearby restaurants, hotels, and other businesses, and call them directly from within the app, or get directions to their doorstep.
Poynt is also available for iOS, Android and BlackBerry OS.
4. Voxofon Call Abroad
With Skype making no plans to release a Windows Phone 7 app, you may think that you will never talk to your Skype buddies again.
But thanks to Voxofon they had brought Skype as well as GTalk and other SIP-providers to Windows Phone 7.
After buying some Voxofon credit, you can add in the ability to make cheap international calls. The app can even show you the price of the call before you dial. And that’s practical and nice.