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50 Great, Free Windows Mobile Apps

Eric Geier

The iPhone has a great catalog of apps, but that doesn't mean there aren't good choices on other platforms, too. Here's a list of essential Windows Mobile Apps that won't cost you a dime.


Ah, the joy of free mobile apps...

Forget the iPhone with its incessant bragging about oceans of mobile apps available. If you've got a cell phone loaded with Windows Mobile, there are many mobile apps available for you as well. There might not be an "app for everything" since Microsoft has only about 15% of the amount of mobile apps Apple has available -- which Microsoft is trying to change with the new Windows Phone 7 Series.

But there are some great mobile apps to help you save money, time, patience, and to have fun. All from your mobile device that used to only be a phone.

Without further ado, here are 50 of the best free applications you'll find for the Windows Mobile platform, which is conveniently categorized but not necessarily in a prioritized order:

Read "Mobile Apps: 50 Best Free Windows Mobile Apps" at Datamation


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