The Best Windows Phone 7 Apps You Simply Must Have

Windows Phone 7’s marketplace just keeps growing and growing with Microsoft recently stating that they are approving 100 brand new apps to their marketplace every day. So are you getting in on the action yet? No? Well you should.
To kick start you off, here are five apps on the Windows Phone 7 marketplace which I highly recommend above all others. These apps are perfect for anybody who has just started out with a WP7 handset and also others who have had theirs since launch.
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Must Have App #1: Angry Birds
I don’t really need to explain why Angry Birds is such a hot app right now; in fact, it has been a hot app ever since it launched well over a year ago. Not only can I recommend it for its awesomeness, but I can also recommend it for it’s constant updates and patches.
Must Have App number #2: Official Kindle App (who said you can’t read on an LCD?)
E-reading is fast becoming a hot consumer choice for reading, so if you love reading books then open your app marketplace and grab the Kindle experience of well over 700,000 books. This app launched just a few days ago on WP7, and has hit over 28,000 downloads already.
Must Have App number #3: Adobe Reader (A substitute for flash!)
As of yet you can’t get flash on Windows Phone 7 devices (you will soon though!) and so the Adobe Reader app is an okay substitute. It lets you open PDF files from web pages and email attachments seamlessly.
Must Have App #4: The Official (and real!) Twitter App
The Official Twitter app for Windows Phone 7 is a good overall Twitter tool. It carries across almost every feature of the iPhone Twitter app, and also looks nice with a rather clean layout and glossy finish.
So there we go! 5 almost essential Windows Phone 7 Apps (okay, Top It Jobs In Demand For Future so non are reeeeeeally essential) but oh well. Enjoy.
Must Have App #5: Official YouTube app (Mmm, shiny videos)
As mentioned above, Windows Phone 7 handsets don’t do flash yet, and so the official YouTube app is an essential bit of kit which I personally wouldn’t want to live without on a day to day basis. Covering the basics, this app will play any video you like, although the controls are minimal (but okay).

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